Great Whites: How to Wear the Current Trend

Just because it’s cold and dark outside doesn’t mean you have to wear dark, drab colors. It’s time to take a tip from the snow and go white. At the recent Screen Actors Guild Awards Lea Michele, Natalie Portman and Amy Adams, amongst others took to the red carpet in elegant white gowns and looked fabulously on trend.

According to  Calvin Klein and Derek Lam’s Spring collections this is going to be a massive look for spring. However, there’s no time like the present and the no-white-after-labor-day rule is old news. White is so now.

Head-to-Toe White

One of the crucial things to remember about pulling off white during the colder months is to remember that it is cold out. It seems obvious but it’s important to dress for the season. Too much skin in the winter, especially skin that hasn’t seen the light of day in several months, will make you look like you just kept wearing your summer wardrobe all through winter. Of course, in current economic times the clever dressers can get away with this with the correct styling.