With Emily Current and Meritt Elliott

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How should I wear head-to-toe white this season?

How should I wear head-to-toe white this season?

A: We’re seeing the head-to-toe white look everywhere and are happy to report that the trend is much easier to execute than you might think. We have two simple formulas to make this monochromatic ensemble feel refreshingly cool, so cleanse your palette and listen up!

Styling Tip #1: Pure and Simple
Mixing in soft creams and camel pieces with your otherwise white outfit will keep your look light and airy in a very South Hampton kind of way. To ensure your outfit doesn’t feel one-note, play with texture; mixing cashmeres, silks, and lightweight leathers will make your white look feel luxe and lovely.

Styling Tip #2: Polar Opposites
​Break up your crisp white look with black accents. A cool black tee or blouse against a white blazer and white skinny jeans is undeniably chic. If you prefer to keep a majority of your outfit white--perhaps with a white tee and trouser--you can add an edgy black shoe and handbag instead. Accessory buffs should try integrating some black necklaces, bracelets, or rings for extra intrigue. Leather, dark metals, or onyx stones can achieve the perfect amount of contrast.

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Emily Current & Meritt Elliott

You probably are already familiar with Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. These Los Angeles-based stylists are known for their work with red-carpet favorites like Emma Roberts and Mandy Moore, to name a few. In addition to their noteworthy stylist careers, the ladies are also the geniuses behind the beloved denim brand Current/Elliott, and debuted their first design collaboration—Westward for Kate Spade, a small collection of key handbags—last year. They will be answering your style questions, so be sure to submit your most pressing queries today!

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