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How To Keep Rocking Whites In The Fall

Portrait De L'HOMME rocking whites in the fall

Hey there! Hope you are doing well. 🙂

So white is an atypical color for fall. Why? Because it is easily associated with drinking wine on the riviera. And who wouldn’t want to do that?! American traditions has it that you are not to wear white after labor day (first monday of september). But we are first and foremost not in the states, and second, traditions are like rules. Made to be messed with. 😉

However, if you do not want to look like you’ve dressed for the wrong season you should consider relying on combining your white jeans with some fall stables. I’m all about roll necks at the moment, so this was an obvious choice for me. Combined with a thermo inspired bomber and a pair of slight distressed cap toe boots I felt good to go. Colorwise I focused on something I knew would work out well with the white – the navy and the brown. The navy and brown are both two of the cornerstones in menswear – especially in the fall – which made it really convenient to use it with the white. This way the white doesn’t seem so atypical, because the navy and brown seem so reliable. So this is how I would keep on rocking whites in the fall!

A last comment for this look would be that it works for the fall, but I would argue that it is not gonna work for the forthcoming winter. And you know, winter is coming…

Best Regards,

Portrait De L’HOMME

Portrait De L'HOMME rocking whites in the fall Portrait De L'HOMME rocking whites in the fall

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