White Out: Transitioning your whites into fall—and beyond

White shoes. White Accessories. White pants. White tees. White on White on White. It’s crisp, it’s fresh, it’s serene, and this summer we’ve been all about it. But Labor Day is just around the corner, what’s a girl to do?! Don’t put it away, that’s what! Take your Mother’s “no white after L.D.” rule and throw it out the window, we’re showing you just how to transition your favorite white pieces into Fall!


White Tee

The white tee is truly a summer staple that should be given life all year round. The runways were swarming with graphic tees for this Fall, so what better way to keep rocking your white with a graphic that gets your message across!

Graphic Tee: Jonathan Simkhai Skirt: BB Dakota Booties: Topshop Blazer: Anine Bing


White Shoes

Whether white booties or white sneakers were your springtime shoe staple, keep em’ kicking by incorporating them into your Fall ensembles. We love both options with this striped midi dress and camel overcoat.


Dress: Zara Booties: Iro Sneakers: Nike Earrings: Rachel Comey, Anthropologie Overcoat: AYR, Shopbop


White Shirt

The white shirt may have been this Spring’s key wardrobe piece. Give it new life by pairing it with a cool palazzo pant in this season’s biggest color, and add our newest, chicest accessory, the wide belt.

White Tunic: Zara Palazzo Pants: Zara Wide Belt: Zara Mules: Vince, Nordstrom


White Jeans

Sweater: Free People Jeans: Anthropologie Scarf:Rebecca Minkoff, Saks Shoes: Louise et Cie, Nordstrom


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Christy Walsh

Christy graduated with a degree in fashion merchandising from Kent State University and with a master’s degree in marketing and communication from Franklin University. She worked as a visual merchandiser for Columbus-based tween brand Justice and Fortune 500 Columbus-based retailer Abercrombie & Fitch before joining Wardrobe Therapy. She lives in Worthington, Ohio with her husband and two daughters.

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