Monochrome Winter White

Office Appropriate Outfits - Winter

Loop Looks, Chicago style blogger, winter white pants, tan sweater, and leopard heels

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Sweater – LOFT via Goodwill (similar) | Shirt – Forever 21 (similar) | Pants – The Limited (similar) | Shoes – Karen Scott via Macy’s (similar) | Necklace – Express (similar)

I don’t know what it is about monochrome looks but I really like them. Yesterday was burgundy and today is winter white and neutrals.  I’m in the car again today but I have a 3:00 PM meeting back at my office so, once again, I need to go from a three hour car trip to work with minimal fuss. This outfit combines all the things I need for that. Comfortable, warmth, classy, but with a bit of sass.

Plus, you know how you might believe that wearing all black makes you feel taller and thinner? I actually think it’s even more true for white and neutrals. I feel super tall and super powerful in this outfit. Maybe winter white is my power color!

Loop Looks, Chicago style blogger, winter white pants, tan sweater, and leopard heels

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9 replies on “Monochrome Winter White

  1. Darlene

    I agree. I always feel taller when I am wear monochromatic colors. You look fabulous in this outfit. Love the touch of polka dot peeking out from the neck and hem of the sweater.

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  2. Bethany @ Accidental Intentions

    You should make this whole week a monochrome challenge week (unless that’s secretly what you’re already doing?). I love little polka dot theme you’ve got going on! I mean, I suppose leopard shoes and the necklace aren’t *technically* polka dots, but they’re close enough to make a cool, cohesive pattern, in my opinion.

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