Neutral pieces are the foundation of a versatile wardrobe. The myth that white is a summer shade and neutrals like black and gray are more appropriate for fall is outdated and false! White can be worn with fall clothing. It looks great paired with fall shades from burgundy to mustard, so don’t banish your white jeans to the back of the closet just yet.
Tone down the brightness: Stark white might be a little too bright for fall’s muted color palette. Your best bet is to look for shades of white such as cream, beige and off white.
Layer it: No one will even notice you’re wearing white if you layer it under a sweater or blazer. If anything, it creates a blank canvas so whatever else you’re wearing will pop even more like this burgundy blazer.
Stick to the classics: A pearl colored blazer in a heavier fabric like wool will keep you warm all autumn long. It instantly creates a sophisticated look. You also can't go wrong with a classic cable or v-neck sweater in cream.
Go long: White skirts in longer lengths can also work for fall. Pair them with another neutral like gray or any jewel tone.