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For strong looks, wear various white shades tone on tone.

Exquisite for both the eye and the wardrobe: total looks in off-white shades, with razor-sharp cuts and special volumes. Be sure to mix materials to add depth to your look and stay tone on tone. The only accent you need is a hint of black – that’s what really makes it exciting. The fabrics are mainly soft and comfortable, with added drama at the shoulders: puff sleeves, shoulder pads and tight, sleek lines.

‘I will never be the woman with perfect hair, who can wear white without spilling on it’
– Carrie Bradshaw

The ski jacket makes a remarkable comeback on the catwalk with Jacquemus, who has made this classic item fashionable by playing around with shades of white. Isabel Marant doubles up, accentuating both the shoulder and waist. A striking wide belt is a must-have to create a great 80s look. The same goes for Max Mara, where we see plaited hair à la Boy George (from the 80s hit Karma Chameleon), as well as nautical influences. A tight cord adds a waistline to an oversized shirt dress with hanging puff sleeves. You can also wear an oversized shirt dress just loose and casually. Stella McCartney’s knitted dress with XXL cowl neck is worn loosely over straight-leg trousers with flat slip ons. Olivier Rousteing van Balmain showed that the white blouse is still relevant, provided it’s excessively embellished with ruffles and puff sleeves. Wear it confidently over leather trousers with high boots.

One of your best investments for this season? Go for a short or long ski jacket to relive the nostalgic 60s ski feeling. Wear it tone on tone with a white denim jacket, chunky polo neck jumper, oversized knitted hat and calf length boots. If a minimalist feminine silhouette is more your style, Summum’s wide ankle-length skirt made from crisp cotton with an oversized sweater is just right. The styling trick behind these looks? Accentuate your waistline with a wide belt.

‘Colour can be too demanding’
– Diane Keaton

 

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For strong looks, wear various white shades tone on tone. Exquisite for both the eye and the wardrobe: total looks in off-white shades, with razor-sharp cuts and special volumes. Be sure to mix materials to add depth to your look and stay tone on tone. The only accent you need is a hint of black […]

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For strong looks, wear various white shades tone on tone. Exquisite for both the eye and the wardrobe: total looks in off-white shades, with razor-sharp cuts and special volumes. Be sure to mix materials to add depth to your look and stay tone on tone. The only accent you need is a hint of black […]

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