Look 1– Top: Perfect Haze, Jeans: Target, Shoes: Charlotte Russe (similar), Necklace & Sunnies: Charlotte Russe, Look 2– Jacket: Alexander Mcqueen (similar here), Shirt: Lovers & Friends, Skirt: Fashion of Echo (similar here), Necklace: Gifted, Shoes: Steve Madden (similar here & here), Bag: Shoedazzle, Sunnies: Chloe via Ditto, Watch: Michael Kors, Look 3– Top: Klementine MB (similar here), Pants: H&M, Belt: DKNY (thrifted), Sunnies: Chloe via Ditto, Bag: Dolce & Gabbana,     Shoes: Charlotte Russe (similar)
Photos by: Danny Fung
Hi everyone, I hope your week is off to a great start! Today, I have partnered up with Target to share three looks incorporating white into fall/winter. I know you’ve probably heard a million times “no white after Labor Day” but in this day and age, it just isn’t true. In fact, white can look trรจs chic in the colder months. For today’s post, I used white wardrobe pieces to create three very different looks. For the first look, I paired a black lace top with white denim and added in strappy leopard pumps for a pop of print. For my second look, I went with one of my favorite prints for fall — plaid! I paired my plaid pencil skirt with a white graphic tee and topped it off with an edgy leather jacket. Lastly, I pulled out my favorite red trousers and paired them with a white striped top, a black belt and a leopard tote. It’s easy to transition white into the colder months when you pair it with colors like black and red and add in a fall-approved print like leopard. Top any of these looks off with your favorite warm winter coat and your ready to conquer the day! 

Are you a fan of transitioning your white staple pieces into fall and winter? 
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Disclosure: Compensation was provided by Target via Glam Media. The opinions expressed herein are those of the author and are not indicative of the opinions or positions of Target.
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Xoxo -E

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