For those of you who adored this past summer’s trend of dressing in monochromatic white, there’s some good news! While recapping style favorites from Seoul’s runways, it became clear that the all-white trend still continues for 2015. There’s an abundance of casual to elegant looks from several South Korean designers as they each revamp the crisp hue with their own personal tastes and inspiration. White may not be everyone’s favorite, but for those who want to try to lighten up their spring wardrobe to a degree, consider trying out a cream or ivory ensemble instead of optic whites. Perhaps mix and match all the different gradients of the non-color by layering separates and outerwear for a fresh take.
Below are some of our favorite all-white looks to draw inspiration from.
For the adventurous dressers, check out these structured and non-conventional cuts from Kwak Hyun Joo and Kaal E.Suktae or layered volume with graphic quotes like “Don’t Speak Loud” or “Make Sense Out Of Nonsense” by designer duo Steve J and Yoni P.
Not quite into the super edgy styles? Try for more contemporary looks with asymmetrical hemlines and boxy, cropped shirts like How And What Seoul presented or consider reinventions of this fall’s beloved crew neck sweater such as this oversized version from pushBUTTON to pair with modern bottoms.
Need a dress for date night? Here are some flirty and feminine styles with more modest cuts. We love the details and patterns that help the dresses from appearing too bland.
Feature Image: Lie Sang Bong S/S 2015 Collection
All Images Courtesy of Michael Hurt, seoulfashionreport.com