Winter white, off white, ivory and cream. These are some of the shades of white you should look to in early 2020. Gucci certainly makes a statement in white. Check out the white lace tight, white shoes and the bag, a head to toe look. Gucci isn’t alone though. Let’s take a tour through stores all around Manhattan.
Valentino goes for white too. In a big way. A clean white dress is touched with a black embroidered statement. Shades of white, and shades of pink and white. A kiss print dress is a perfect piece for the new year.
Other Valentino looks are a ruffled white dress paired with a black and white bag. The new logo belt make the dress stand out.
Tom Ford knows his way around killer looks. The white coat and hat are smoking hot. Again they are paired with black.
Look to Chanel too. White boucle jackets and coats are perfect to wear now and into the Spring.
Daniel Lee, the Bottega Veneta creative director, is into shades of white as well. The layered black and white dress under the patched coat is sleek, cool and now.
A cream shearling wrap coat will see you through the January and February storms. Wear a cream dress underneath for a tonal statement.
Teddy Bear coats are this year’s thing. These two cream ones are very now. And they look perfect when worn with other white pieces.
Another way to wear shearling is shown here. An oversize motorcycle jacket has attitude. Pair it with black and silver.
Isabel Marant cuts a fabulous loose coat in a soft cream fabric. It would go with just about anything.
Vince does another fuzzy white coat, pairing it with white pants and a drapey yellow top.
The French brand Iro agrees that you should wear white. A white leather moto jacket can go with anything. And the oversize pleated pants are a new basic to turn to.
Theory is also into shades of white. Jackets, pants and oodles of ivory and cream sweaters will have you covered.
Zadig and Voltaire add a diamonte skull to their killer cream cashmere pullover.
The Italian brand Pinko pairs a white blazer with a black collar with a black mini-dress and boots. The silver jumpsuit look good next to the white too.
Brunello Cucinelli cuts a very relaxed off white jacket and pants. A grey fur scarf makes it even better. Casual or sophisticated work wear work in white.
Cucinelli’s textured hand knit sweater with a peachy cream tulle skirt is a very feminine way to wear the look.
A white parka white black trim, and a pair of jeans with a silver animal print could be an off-duty staple. Especially when snowy days hit. White jeans in the winter are always cool.
James Perse is into it too. This extremely relaxed parka and tonal outfit can are the perfect update, and much better than trekking around in yoga gear.
Adding a white sweaters always works. What is new this season is the white bag trend. Fuzzy shearling bags are a winter staple, and white leather is crisp and clean.
Vuitton offers many kinds of white bags, This classic logo bag is updated with its own white jewelry.
And this version of The Twist is perfect. Patch worked shearling never looked so good.
Bottega Veneta is the the brand to watch these days. Blow up the classic signature woven leather bands, known as Intrecciato, and you have a whole new look.
Gucci also love white bags. This new model is casual and elegant, and isn’t in the monogrammed canvas.
St. Laurent’s puffy quilted shoulder bag in off white leather will go with almost any outfit.
Footwear too is going white. Sneakers are a no brainer. Valentino’s Rockstud kicks are perfect.
The new Gucci loafer with the mid stack heel has their new bit logo. Take them for a ride.
St. Laurent’s feminine heart shaped pump is a great new shape. You can wear this cream pair all year round.
And of course you can wear shades of white in the winter for big evenings. Chanel and Valentino both endorse feather trimmed dresses and gowns\ that are playful and elegant.
Dolce and Gabbana both agree that you should wear white this winter. They amp theirs up with silver and stone embroidery, a jeweled headpiece and a white fur shrug. Day or night, you need to wear some shades of white.