Rocking Your Winter White

The open-eyed vision of me and my honey standing in front of the tree at Rockefeller Center hand in hand looking lovingly at each other is always met with the same question; what would I be wearing? LOL I've wanted to attend the famous holiday tree lighting for years, but have yet to make it. One thing I know though, I want to be prepared! So I created these looks just in case the boo decides he wants to treat me to a surprise visit to the Big Apple to view some of the cities other holiday landmarks...namely the windows at Bergdorf's ;-)

Nothing is more elegant than a ivory pant. Remember Dynasty and Knots Landing? They made ivory look so elegant. Well you can do the same with this updated look. Add a fun chunky sweater to the mix and some funky metallic shoes and you've brought Dynasty to the 2000's! Top it off with a bright lip and diamond/cubic zirconia (let's be real) studs for the glam effect!

The next look will take you from Rockefeller Center to dinner with your boo. Who doesn't love the look of a pencil skirt and heels. I know that's my husband's fave ;-) Don't skimp on the gold when wearing your fave winter white ensemble. Add a bit of bronzing lotion and you'l look like a Grecian goddess laced in gold.

Last but not least, you know I had to throw a cape in this mix. We've all seen those beautiful wintery white weddings on TV and some of you may actually be a bride this Winter. So for you, I want to give you the freedom to be your most glamorous this Winter. Pair a beautiful wool cape with a sheath dress and overload on the bling (if your dress is not blinged out already). Bedazzled shoes, a statement clutch and some shimmer on those cheeks and you'll look like the elegant and radiant.

Well dolls, I hope you've enjoyed this Winter White fantasy with me. Doesn't look like we'll be getting any snow this year in the 'Big D', but if you're getting snow and it inspires you to put together a few of these looks, tag me on Instagram at @IamDionneDean. I wanna see how glam you are!

Dionne Dean