NYFW Fall 2016 Street Style | Welcoming Winter Whites

My favorite street style stars found the antidote to the New York City winter gloom by wearing amazing white colored outfits.

Check out some inspiring looks from the sidewalks around the world and shop your closet or my winter whites edit below.


How to wear winter whites


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From New York Fashion Week Fall 2016

Wear white over a total black outfit.


Hanneli Mustaparta and Veronika Heilbrunner (pictured middle and right) made the case for wearing top-to-toe white, cream and beige. Noted.

Hanneli Mustaparta and Veronika Heilbrunner (pictured middle and right) made the case for wearing top-to-toe white, cream and beige.

Note the metallic accessories… They are coming up next!


white tailored jacket New York Fashion week

White over grey with black accessories = LOVE


Miroslava Duma wore a Derek Lam coat

Miroslava Duma wore an extraordinary Derek Lam shawl coat to New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2016.


Karolina Kurkova street style 2015

Karolina Kurkova’s street style photo from 2015. Muted pink over a total white outfit never looked more stylish!


silver sweater over white jeans

You can wear a grey sweater over a white pair of skinny pants but for a cool trendy style you will have to get a silver one … Wasn’t that easy to find this one.


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White fur over jeans from Brock clothing. ( Affordable white furry coat ) Love the new trending jeans length and style!


The Winter Whites Shopping Edit

Many of the items are on sale. Off-white hues garments will make it a go-to season after season.



Images- Le 21eme Adam Katz, Vogue.com, Elle.com

Have a lovely Day!!!

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