The RIGHT Way To Wear All White For Memorial Day

21st May 2016 / By Guest Contributor

The arrival of Memorial Day means something beautiful: Summer! With summer comes a whole new color palette to work with. When is too early to start working the chicest shade in the whole rainbow into your wardrobe? We’re talking about the ever-versatile color white! I am a fan of rocking white year round; However, conventional fashion rules state that we should wait until Memorial Day weekend to pull out our favorite white frocks. But wait; When have we ever followed conventional fashion rules?! We say rock what you want with pride and kill the game!

How To Wear White

The city of New Orleans is brimming with beauty and has an irresistible charm to it. While shooting a photo editorial in NOLA, we were able to see how beautiful neutrals looked amongst the bold architecture and rich color palettes the city had to offer. It was a stark contrast that was truly unforgettable.

The Lace Up Tunic was perfectly paired with the Button Front High Waisted Flare jeans. We love the look of an all-white ensemble, but it needed a bright splash of color. That’s where Otto comes in! This compact little bag is the perfect addition to a neutral ensemble. Now you’re ready to take on the city in style!


White accessories are always a yes in my book. They seem to be appropriate in many different situations and are always completely versatile. When you choose to go with a white accessory, the more playful the better! Barbey features a textured platform that will have you dancing all night long. Randy offers a luxe take on this season’s fringe trend. Yes please! When rocking the oh-so-versatile Teo, don’t be afraid to mix it up in regards to styling. The brighter the better. Kingslee steps up your shoe game with scalloped edging and sleek studded detailing.  Accessories, or should we say obsessories? 😉

When do you think it’s acceptable to wear white? Tell us in the comments below!

Erin C.

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