Breaking Rules is always In Style

I wore this look a few weeks ago during the early fall. Finally, I have a chance to share it. Fall white, winter white…some people say ‘No white after Labor day’. This rule is not for me. I’m a rule breaker….Style is always in season!

Instead of a traditional black leather jacket, bring out your favorite leather jacket in white. You can wear white well in the chilly fall or brutal cold winter months by putting a unique spin on it. Mix things up with a bright colors and layer your whites with shades like vivid pink, poppy red, deep forest green, great burgundy. Top it all off with neutral accessories like a camel clutch and tortoise shell shades. Certain rules are meant to be broken. But there is a rule, however, that I follow: I don’t wear linen for fall/winter. Perhaps a white linen dress is inappropriate for a 50-degree day. The question is not so much whether white is acceptable in the fall/winter, but rather, how can it be done tastefully. Wear your fall/winter white with confidence! Learn the rules for pulling of the look and then Rock It Out! After all, you have to master the rules before you can break them. What do you think? What are some others “fashion rules” that need to be broken? Please, share!

Wearing: Palmer Harding pre-fall white skirt, The Row shirt, Celine jacket, Christian Louboutin daffodil pumps, faux collar fur and bag from Miu Miu. Bracelets from Cartier, Hermes, and Eddie Borgo.

Photos by StyleSheet.

Thank you everyone for visiting! Have a wonderful day! xo…Hanh :)

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4 thoughts on “Breaking Rules is always In Style

  1. You surely convinced me! I will rock this fall my white leather jacket too! You are welcome to leave your honest opinion once I post photo on my FB ;)

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