Karl Lagerfeld once said: “I love classic beauty. It’s an idea of beauty with no standard.” The same thing can be mentioned while speaking about white coat. In today's post I want to draw your attention to white coats for this winter 2015-2016 season. Why white? And why in winter? Continue reading to find it out.
Brand Avoc keeps it simple and pure white. Love the way this white topper is worn with matching color pants and sneakers.
We all wish for White Christmas, you know! A white coat is a real must-have for winter, because of its standout look. I am not talking about practicality, as many countries have such weather, when your pretty, crispy cover-up suddenly becomes dirty and all black, like a puddle of mudd! Anyway, I am not gonna argue, should you or should you not wearing this queen like topper when it's dirty outside. I am here for telling you, why should you invest in a white outerwear this season. Why pick a white topper? Because it looks luxe and rich! Glamorous and refined! It screams, it makes you looks sophisticated by updating your impeccable style. Plus, there is a chance that you will look like a real celeb or a busy business woman who dresses regardless of the season, but accordingly to her luxe mood. Just imagine yourself in a white long outerwear with oversized black sunglasses, long black leather gloves and fabtastic pantsuit, LOVE it! Speaking of silhouettes and styles, then I should mention wrap designs, trenches, oversized, V-shaped, fur must-haves, medium, long, maxi, loose, slouchy, etc. In other words saying, as long as it is white, it will work! If you ask yourself how to wear white coat without looking and feeling yourself like a polar bear, then you should take a closer look at these pretty looks from various designer brands.
Bobby Kolade keeps things a bit blush white. Love the classic silhouettes of this outerwear.
Brock Collection is here with a wrap design in grey-white color.
Damir Doma offers a grey-blue-white style. Looks quite sophisticated to me.
Brand ICB keeps things simple and straight fit.
I am in love with this Mulberry design and you?
There is kind of country style touch in this Objects Without Meaning creation.
Blush-white long coat from Organic by John Patrick.
There is kind of uncompleted touch in Rachel Antonoff creation. Am I right?
Dandy comes back. Love the way this long robe coat from Ryan Winter is worn atop ribbed knit turtleneck dress completed with glossy black flat shoes and cream brown fedora.
A glossy cream white leather coat from Trademark looks quite mannish.