I love the clean, crisp look of black and white, especially in Winter. As we are basking in the joys of early Spring, unfortunately in San Francisco, the weather is still quite cold and Winter-esque. So this winter white skirt, black high-neck sweater, and knee-high black suede boots not only keep me warm but also look elegant on these chilly (yet sunny)
This black sweater is textured and has a puffed upper sleeve which adds an element of femininity. The skirt is versatile and classic (I also love an all-white look so will sometimes pair it with an ivory cashmere sweater and camel or taupe boots).
I love these black suede boots because the round toe and lower heel make them comfortable to walk in, and the gold zipper detail gives them an extra facet of style. San Francisco is a city where a jacket is nearly always required, so this Burberry quilted jacket is a great option, and in this neutral color it goes with almost everything.
Topping off your ensemble with a statement necklace is an easy way to personalize an outfit, or just add a touch of color. This necklace was a gift from my husband to remind me of home.
Tip: What’s the difference between Winter white and (regular) white? Winter white clothing is generally more of an ivory than a stark white, and the fabric is usually of a heavier weight, allowing for warmth.
Black sweater: Morgan de Toi (old). Similar and similar
White skirt: Zara (old). Similar and similar
Jacket: Burberry. Similar
Purse: Louis Vuitton Alma
Necklace: Mona Mara