There’s something so chic about neutrals. Whether it’s interiors, outfits, architecture, outdoor spaces, or photographs, I always feel drawn to soft colors like white and cream. Even in the dead of winter I wear white sweaters, especially when I want to feel bright and fresh in the midst of the cold. An all-white look can feel intimidating, but I promise it’s easy to create. I’d bet most of you already have some neutral bottoms, whether it’s culottes like me or a skirt or jeans, and a neutral blouse to pair with it.
I’ve had these Helmut Lang culottes for over a year now, but this is the first time I’ve worn them! These are probably one of the most comfortable pairs of pants that I own. They no longer make this style, but my sister recently purchased this similar Paige pair and says they’re insanely flattering! This pair under $100 looks almost identical to mine, and this pair under $100 from Ann Taylor has amazing reviews and comes in 6 colors!
Since the pants are stark white, the outfit needed a warmer element. I picked this new beige wrap top and my new favorite blush slingback heels. You’ll be seeing me in these BP. heels all spring in summer for good reason: they come in 8 colors, are a flattering height, and are affordable. For a work or business casual look, pair this look with a white blazer.
What’s your favorite way to style an all-white look? I’m always looking for ideas, so let me know in the comments or on Instagram.