Summer is well and truly here for many of you in the northern hemisphere and nothing screams summer more than white clothes. I love the fresh and clean look of white. I have already shown you my white dress, white knee high pants with short jacket and cream white ensemble of midi skirt and sheer blouse.
But here are yet more white looks that have all gone with me on my trip to The Netherlands. They are 2 relaxed casual looks and this time white is combined with 2 different colors coral and teal.
I briefly showed you this versatile top from Covered Perfectly which looks good both worn as a top as well as layered underneath the Stella Carakasi jacket. To add some extra interest I have combined it with a very subtly designed necklace and even earrings from Moorigin, another new jewelry label I discovered recently.
This jewelry is ultralight and made of stainless steel.
At the top I’m pairing the top with my short white and light jacket. I love how the teal color looks with the bright red of the bag and shoes!
The asymmetrical tunic dress is from Stella Carakasi and fits perfectly with my sunglasses. Since it has long sleeves, I reckon this will be perfect for the cooler days in The Netherlands and looks great combined with leggings or skinnies. I wore it on my journey to The Netherlands as well (see this instagram).
Here is another way the wear the white Stella Carakasi jacket. When you button up the whole jacket you can roll over the collar.
Teal top: Covered Perfectly c/o
White Pants: In Good Company
Coral tunic: Stella Carakasi c/o (on sale!)
White jacket: Stella Carakasi c/o
Top necklace and earrings: Moorigin (bought at UrbanDefine shop at Orchard Gateway in Singapore)
Bottom necklace: Frans van Berkel
Red wedges: ToBe Footwear (old)
White sandals: Zara (old)
Do you like these looks? Which is your favorite? Have you been wearing your white clothes lately?
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