Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Trend Spotting: White Hot!

Victoria Beckham

White is huge for Spring and Summer and nearly every designer showed several white lovelies in their Spring 2011 Ready to Wear collections! So if you bought the perfect white jeans for summer last year, don't give them to Good Will cause you're gonna need them! The runways were full of everything to prim and proper ladylike frocks to power suits to casual separates, all in white!

Versace

Tommy Hilfiger

Thakoon

Oscar de la Renta

Monique Lhuillier

Gianfranco Ferre

Doo Ri

Christian Cota

Christian Cota

Chloe

Carolina Herrera

Bottega Venetta

Blumarine

Antonio Berardi

I love the way that many of these looks traipsed down the runway with either colorful, metallic or black shoes! There's nothing more classic than a full-skirted white dress with black patent heels! And nothing pumps up the glamor on a white outfit like a bright colored pair of fabulous shoes, whether they be sexy red shoes or something less traditional like royal blue! Metallic shoes take any white outfit from day to night with the right amount of bling and nothing cries out for statement jewelry like a plain white dress! There are so many ways to wear this trend!

I love to wear white with turquoise jewelry and a great pair of turquoise patent cork wedge sandals I bought a few years ago. For dressier occasions, I have a great pair of floral denim Jessica Simpson (I know, but they're cute so don't judge!) pumps with a yellow or turquoise patent bag (both of which I got for great prices at Aldo!)

How would you accessorize an all white outfit this spring? I always love suggestions for ways to update my own look!

Photos: www.elle.com

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  1. I often wear turquoise as well! I love this trend, and I am very excited about the overall lady-like look I'm seeing! The Oscar de la Renta dress is just perfect!! I could easily wear something like that for work or play.

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