In America, there’s a saying “Never wear white after Labor Day” – which in the USA means early September. White is indeed a difficult color to wear but you can handle it. Some women manage to look stunning in an all-white outfit, not only at their wedding. You can use it to soften your look, to look more daring… your options are endless, also during the winter. Stores buy white clothes of all sorts – wholesale blouses, pants, dresses…
White is the color that reflects sun rays and the heat the most. This makes it most appropriate color for summer dresses. The bright sun will give your sun the perfect glow, and your white clothes will sparkle even more. Pick white linen or cotton dresses for the summer time, you can even try white blazers or wholesale blouses.
Wool or even cashmere can also be dyed white, and they will be great for winter, especially if contrasting with dark pieces. Thick white jeans or a warm white parka work great in wintertime, but if the winter is snowy, you will look a bit confusing.
You can decide to wear a monochromatic outfit. That’s fine, but at least try to vary it up, using various materials and decorations – shiny white silken shirt could look better with white leather pants. Vary it up with embroidery, patterns and textures. You can also vary it up with bold prints – your outfit will still be mostly white and pristine, but the pattern will vary it up and add a splash. Use metallic accessories to appear more sleek and subtle as well. And a single splash of color can radically change the monochromatic look – a red scarf or belt will change the white dress into a modern outfit.
You can also layer white for great contrast with the outfit, like dark shoes and tops with a pair of white jeans. Or maybe you want to add some neutral colors, like grays or peach – they won’t break the white feel.