We won’t doubt it, white is the official colour of the summer season, but that doesn’t mean we can’t bet on it at other times of the year. In fact, luckily for the lovers of this shade (of which there are many), on street style has been teaching us for years that a total look white can save us the ballot many times throughout the autumn-winter season. There are only a few days left to officially welcome the new station and we are moving forward to this event in order to find the inspiration needed to wear white during the coming months.
The white suit, sophisticated and elegant
If there is a combo that deserves to start this review is the two-piece suit with blazer and pants clips. The street style loves it (it’s on display) and is more versatile than it may seem at first glance. For many of us it’s a formal combination that makes no sense for a look but the streets of the major fashion capitals belie this idea.
The key to wearing the white suit in the fall and not falling into the trap is opt for accessories according to the occasion. For a date with friends or to enjoy the tranquillity of the weekend we can choose a pair of colourful trainers and a mini bag, while for evening events or for a romantic dinner we have the option of combining it with a pair of heels and a festive bag.
White blouse and pants, for less cold days
The first days of autumn are part of the mid-season season and give us the opportunity to wear clothes like long-sleeved shirts on our own. On this occasion, a very easy to achieve combination that brings great results is to add a white blouse and matching trousers. For more formal occasions, you can opt for suit pants, while for casual moments we recommend wearing jeans. Also, if you live in a cold climate and are not allowed to wear this combo alone, add a white jacket to the look.
Jacket (or coat) as a colophon to the outfit when the temperatures drop
The looks without warm clothes are great for those who live in a warm climate or for the first days of autumn, but we must not fool ourselves: in November the cold weather officially arrives and we need a jacket (or, failing that, a coat). White outerwear is easy to combine and offers a sophisticated touch to any style, but remember that you have to take good care of it so that it does not take on a yellowish tone.
In this case, the street style shows us that short military style jackets and long crossover coats (which were pure trend last season) are the best bets for this autumn-winter 2020/2021.
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