Let's break the rules, shall we?

Throw on a scarf and a blazer: 

Wear with boots and a sweater: 

Go all out and rock head to toe white: 

Black and white never goes out of style:

Rules were meant to be broken, ok? Especially in today's fashion world where basically anything goes and not only is it appreciated, it's adored! Think about it, Socks with heeled sandals. Monochromatic outfits. It's all fashionista approved and has been copied again and again, not only on the runways, but on the street and in magazine spreads. 
So... I will ABSOLUTELY be breaking the "no white after Labor Day" rule and rocking my white jeans / dresses well into the winter. Here are a few of my favorite ways to do it. 

1. With a scarf and blazer: Just treat your white jeans like regular denim. Throwing on a scarf and a blazer instantly makes it ok for the fall / winter. Just make sure your shoes are weather appropriate. I particularly love blue/navy blazers with camel/brown/tan accents. I think burnt orange, red, maroon and olive are great with white as well. 

2. Throw on a sweater: So simple! I think as long as you steer clear of bright summer colors any sweater will work. If you want to add a little pop, wear it in layers. For instance, a green button up underneath a gray sweater gives you a little color, without looking out of place for the season. 

3. Head to Toe: I loved this look in the summer, and I'm not about to give it up. Instead of a tank and sandals, throw on a white button up, sweater, white coat, etc. Layering is what I think makes the "head to toe white" in the winter look incredibly chic. For a little color, do just like you did in the summer and add pop with your accessories. 

 4. Black and white baby: Black and white is always chic. You know this. If you want to wear your white dress in the fall/winter just throw on some black tights, killer black booties / heels and a black jacket. 

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