White jeans for fall…how? Need styling tips.
It’s time to let go of the idea that white should not be worn after Labor Day. White it crisp, it’s classic, and it deserves a place in every season. And if you’re looking to bring the color into your fall wardrobe, denim is a great place to start (esp. since most of the white styles are on end-of-season sale).
This look–a striped tee, an olive jacket, and denim–is one that I wear often during the early spring and fall. It’s casual, comfortable, and still chic. Plus, the big pockets on the jacket mean that I don’t need to carry a purse when I run errands. But if I did need the room, this BR crossbody would be a great choice (Old Navy has a smaller version.).
Vests are back. And while they’re not high on my shopping list, an affordable one in a flattering shape could be a nice addition to your wardrobe. Think of it as an alternative to a light jacket or long cardigan. I also like this structured, trench-style Trouve vest and this grey, faux-fur vest from River Island.
I really wanted to incorporate teal here, but there were so few sweaters that weren’t on a mannequin. I much prefer this v-neck Halogen sweater to the one in the photo. If you want something more lightweight, try this longform tee from Anthropologie. And speaking of Anthro, I adore this teal space-dye tunic sweater.
I wanted to show in outfit in a soft palette of neutrals. This blush and grey and silver outfit is pretty and feminine but still relaxed. I love the silver flats for a bit of pop. For something less pricey, Boden makes a silver t-bar flat and Steve Madden has a silver pointed toe flat.
This turtleneck sweater is an interesting pale platinum. It has a pink undertone that makes it really soft. For a less expensive grey sweater, Forever21 has a long grey turtleneck. As for other color choices, this Gap Merino turtleneck comes in both a soft, heather oatmeal and a deep plum.