Transseasonal whites

Gauzy whites, off-whites and creams are often considered ill-suited to the colder months… but in 2011 they’re exactly the kind of pieces that take you effortlessly from fall to spring without skipping a beat. Take this example: the cosiest of knits atop of a flowing cream dress makes for an outfit suited to the cool air around Paris’ Tuileries before spring arrives. And when it does: just go sans coat.

transseasonal white

This photo was taken by Wayne Tippetts.

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