NEW YORK, Aug. 31 Everyone has heard the old adage "don't wear white after Labor Day," yet this rule is so passe. Don't stick to the old seasonal mores of the past. Fashion icons and chic celebrities aren't a slave to fashion rules and have been spotted in white all year-round, and so can you! Provided you take into account seasonal changes and don't wear the shade head-to-toe, you can wear white as you wish with a few helpful hints.
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Leg Up - White pants look 'hot' in the summertime with your tan, but are also great staples for colder months. In the fall, pair white slacks with a jacket in autumnal colors like burgundy or dark brown. In the winter, try throwing on an oversized black cashmere turtleneck with fitted white jeans. Black and white pairings are classy and always in style.
Smile Style - Your smile, a permanent accessory, should always stick to its brightest white. Use a tooth whitening kit such as Crest Whitestrips Advanced Seal. The advanced adhesive technology allows the strip to temporarily mold securely to your teeth, so you can talk, drink water and carry on with your daily routine while whitening. It also comes off cleanly without leaving a mess behind. For about $45 a kit, you will have a vivid smile that lasts throughout all seasons of the year and won't break the bank.
Winter Wonderland - From the changing of the leaves to the last snowfall, nothing says timeless elegance like a winter white coat. Even better, you'll stand out amidst the mass of dreary black coats. Make sure to keep all other articles of clothing and accessories in a dark, muted color palette so as to avoid white overload.
Accent Piece - If you're not feeling as daring, choose white accessories, such as a pearl earring or a statement ivory necklace or bracelet. Wearing just a splash of white with a piece of jewelry will let you try out the color during the colder months but will also keep you feeling comfortable in your regular seasonal wardrobe.
SOURCE Procter & Gamble Oral Care; Crest