Five All-White Outfit Ideas
White is the new black. This go-anywhere neutral looks stunning with a tan in the summer and ultra-stylish worn head to toe in winter. Whether you dress it up or down, white is the perfect choice for any occasion.
Keep It Casual
Dress-down white takes you anywhere from brunch with your BFF to a family dinner. Keep this look understated with pared-back accessories and simple white sneakers for a dose of incredibly casual chic.
In terms of silhouette, keep it loose and flowing. Soft t-shirts, oversized sweaters and palazzo pants give a relaxed edge that’s perfect for any casual occasion.
Make It Formal
Nailing this look is all about impeccable tailoring and fit, whether you opt for co-ords or a white maxi dress. Add heels and jewellery for a really pulled-together look and wear with a crisp tailored blazer for a sophisticated aesthetic. A tailored white suit with a masculine cut defines smart all- white style.
Dress It Up
A great dress is the most versatile piece in your wardrobe, and it’s a must-have whatever the occasion or the weather. Dress up for a wedding with a fascinator and killer heels, or throw on a denim jacket and ankle boots for urban style.
If you’re looking for a white maxi dress visit AX Paris for a range of styles, cuts and fabrics that work with your look and deliver effortless chic.
According to Vogue, nothing says summer better than an ethereal white dress in a lightweight fabric like broderie anglaise. Team with tan accessories once the tan fades or try adding all-white accessories for a summer look that sings.
A fresh young take on the summer dress is the playsuit or co-ords built around shorts for a flirty look. Pair with the summer It-bag of your choice and wedges for the ultimate summer heel.
White also shines in the winter, when it can look absolutely luminous and much fresher than black, brown or grey. The trick is not to overdo it so you end up looking like Frosty the Snowman – careful layering in coordinating shades of white is the way to make this look really sing.
If you don’t want to go all white, make sure your next winter coat is a classic cut in polar white or winter cream.