Into fashionista’s life wardrobe, a little white dress is seen. And, that goes double when you’re a fashion risk-taker. Whether you were the first girl in town to bring back the all white dress party or you’re sensing some side-eye for your love of white, there comes a time when you need to square your shoulders, hold your head high, and live in the truth of your fabulousness — no matter what anyone else says.
But before you show up in an event wearing the wrong thing, follow these advice from By Del Sandeen on “Rules for Wearing White”
- Don’t wear a white dress to a wedding: This is one that most fashionistas seem to agree on. The only woman who should wear a white dress to a wedding is the bride. It’s fine if your ensemble has white in it, but head-to-toe white for anyone but the lady exchanging vows is generally seen as a no-no.
- Wear off-white in cool weather: If you just love white and the way it complements your complexion, but you’re still afraid to wear it during the winter, choose off-white, cream and beige clothing instead. Even die-hard fashion traditionalists usually O.K. winter white.
- Wear the right shoes: Heavy black pumps paired with lightweight white dresses can be an odd combination. If you wear a white dress in the spring or summer, better options include natural toned or white sandals.
- Avoid white clothes in city environments: For anyone who lives in a bustling city and relies mainly on public transportation, wearing white clothes is akin to courting disaster. Between busstops, taxis, dirty seats and puddles, it would be a miracle for a white dress or slacks to make it through the day unscathed.
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