50’s 60’s 70’s
Winter Whites for the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s: The Casual Version
Quote of the day: “Life always offers you a second chance. It’s called tomorrow.” Fidel Vazquez
I’m exploring the concept of winter whites (think ivory or ecru) with three different interpretations. For those of you ready to go all out, there is the monochromatic look. For the ones just wading into the notion, you can attempt the upper body (or lower body) only. And for those of you who only want to dip your toe in halfway, there is always one accessory piece that can fit the bill. Today is the casual version. See Styling Discussion 1 for the Dressy version.
50’s Winter Whites (the monochromatic look): If you feel that all one color is just too blah, then add a little pop of color (or black) with your shoes like I did here. You still give the impression of a monochromatic style yet there is a peek of chroma in the outfit.
60’s Winter Whites (the partial look): I bet almost all of you out there have a ivory cardigan sweater. In deference to our winter white theme I had Nancy wear an ivory lace shirt under it. By pairing these two very different elements (lacy top & casual cardigan), a more modern look is born. It’s the saying: Opposites attract!
70’s Winter Whites (the accessories look): Another way to keep your look contemporary is to wear a cowl around your neck even when you are inside. Think of it as a knitted necklace!
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Photography by Kari Strand Photography
It is a good idea to update your winter white sweaters occasionally since they show stains easily! Here’s some under $50 (they all come in white along with the colors shown):