Total white looks have a power to turn heads and attract attention in the crowd. They carry a sense of freshness and cleanliness, which you definitely have to maintain, as an issue of staining will be following you from the moment you put all-white on.
The all white ensembles are no longer the domain of monochrome lovers, the waves of this trend tend to come predominantly in winter – winter whites – and summer – as a light and breezy look typical for the time of the year when you need to show off your newly-acquired tan. However lately this notion has become seasonless, and spring 2016 is not an exception.
White is one of those colors the designers obsess over, it has become a permanent feature on the runways from simple pared-back minimalist looks to some rather intricately constructed designs.
Brilliant white pieces will elevate your casual looks: relaxed designs like roomy trousers, fluid dresses and tailoring will look effortlessly elegant, chic and stylish anytime anywhere.
If you aren’t ready to be submerged in complete white, start by including individual pieces: a wardrobe essential – crisp tailored button down shirt; white pants – anything from high-waisted flares, jeans, culottes to floor grazing trousers; a nice fitted or, on the contrary, loose blazer, coat or duster nonchalantly draped over your shoulders; or even your basic plain white t-shirts will do.
by Olga Permyakova
Cover Photo: Alina Kolot
Styled by Victoria Kolotova
Runway photos: Courtesy of Mashama