Winter White. 


Yes we have all heard that “fashion rule” that tells us it’s not okay to wear white after labor day, but that is one rule I don’t mind breaking. There is something so amazingly fresh and sophisticated about wearing white in winter. I was going for a soft and feminine look and paired similar hues of white, brown, and ivory. One thing to keep in mind is the fabric, go for a thick or chunky sweater, cashmere, leather and stay away from linen, canvas (save that for summer/spring). I went with a skinny jean for this outfit but wide leg pants would also look great and could be worn to a work event or the office. I currently have an obsession with leopard print anything which is why I went with this pump but a suede or leather boot would also look great, especially when there is a foot of snow outside. Mixing and matching nude shades can be tricky because they can wash you out and make you look pale so make sure you keep your skin and hair color in mind. All that matters is that you feel beautiful and sexy in whatever you decide to wear! How would you wear white in winter? Stay warm beautiful people!!

Xoxo, B!

Coat: Nine West/ Top: H&M/ Pants: Urban Outfitters/ Handbag: Kate Spade/ Shoes: Steve Madden 

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Hi, I would first like to welcome you to Windy Style! My name is Brenda, I am a lifestyle blogger born and raised in Chicago. Although I love my career as a Registered Nurse in the ICU, Windy Style was created with the everyday girl in mind. A place where I can share my endless passion and love for all things Fashion, Beauty, Fitness and Travel. Welcome to my world! I hope you find some inspiration and courage to try something new!

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