24 Nov 2020

Winter White Chanel Style

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There are two things about this.

Yes, Chanel jackets now and forevermore but also the winter white.


I don’t mind if it’s all white, a mix of creams or with the addition of detail. There is something about winter white that creates the appearance of lux on every count – whether it’s catwalk couture pieces like above or whether a simple and elegant puffer jacket.

Winter white looks more than the part.


Like white jeans, I almost prefer wearing these shades of light in the darker months.


Do you like the addition of some winter white for the festive season?

I’m thinking of going top to bottom but it’s also a wonderful mix with camel, grey, khaki or black. A formal jacket is probably not where I will head with my winter white shopping – I’m thinking either white jeans or some corduroys, maybe even the velvet pants, a pretty blouse and a relaxed style jacket.


Then there is the whole chunky sweater in winter white with jeans or a sweat style pant. Add a pair of trainers or lace-up boots and a whole new look is on. Building up pieces, mixing and matching them and making the casual and comfortable into something interesting is what makes fashion fun. Working with what we have or adding a style or two can open up a whole new way of dressing. This year I am ready for that. xv


Here’s what I am thinking.

Number One

mirabella pintuck blouse + white jeans + range tweed jacket or this puffer


Number Two

ruffle neck silk blouse + white jeans + cashmere cardigan


Number Three

cable knit sweater + velvet pants + veja sneakers



Winter White Chanel Style

range tweed jacket  ||  crop tweed jacket  ||  faux shearling puffa  ||  quilted puffa || cashmere cardigan


worn with

ruffle neck silk blouse  ||  mirabella pintuck blouse  ||  smocked embroidered blouse  ||  silk poet blouse ||  cable knit sweater


and these

velvet tapered ankle pants  ||  cigarette jeans  ||  veja sneakers




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8 Comments

anitapelayorivera

Now you have me thinking; I have a darling furry-like jacket in white that I loved to wear to school.I always wore it however, with black bottoms. How gorgeous this would be with white bottoms! I will go even one further, perhaps too audacious for the practical woman: a tulle skirt. Hmmm…..

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Vicki

Love that idea, Anita… and yes, try it with your winter white bottoms also… you will love it :)

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Michelle à Détroit

Getting a bit of a look together before going on my afternoon walks really helps me look forward to it. Somehow, wearing winter white makes me feel more serene.

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Vicki

It does feel calming and I’m all for that.. also makes me feel festive.. and I’m not sure why.. something related to snow perhaps? :)

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Dianne

You’ve inspired me to wear the white pair of jeans I purchased last year on sale for this past summer. I never got around to wearing them but I will put an outfit together for our Christmas get together. It will be a big change from the darks I usually wear and surprise everyone. Fingers crossed no cranberry sauce on the pants though! LOL

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Michelle à Détroit

I love look number one. Though the blouse is lovely, the sleeves are very full. I would probably opt for a different top under the jacket, maybe a cream colored or burgundy silk tee. It will just be DH and me for Thanksgiving and Christmas this year, but I think that cream will be just the thing.

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Vicki

I do love a sleeve… despite the impracticalities… and burgundy is a lovely combination with :) Silk tees are the best.. I must try and find some.
Happy Thanksgiving :)

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