The (aged) style rule that it's taboo to wear white after Labor Day is outdated. Winter white is universally flattering and is a breath of fresh air in a crowd of black dresses. When transitioning from breezy pickings into cold weather-appropriate whites, it's all about fabric and silhouette. Stow away summery eyelets and linens in favor of heavier fabrics like wool, cashmere, denim, and leather; swap out summer sandals for a pair of suede boots; add layers and mix in some other soothing neutral shades – a dimensional outfit created in this way will definitely suitable for taking me to chilly temperatures.
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