Style&Minimalism | Trends | SS15 | Wearing White | Alexander Wang Look 12

Alexander Wang

Style&Minimalism | Trends | SS15 | Wearing White | Assembly Look 14

Assembly

Style&Minimalism | Trends | SS15 | Wearing White | Atea Oceanie Look 8

Atea Oceanie

Style&Minimalism | Trends | SS15 | Wearing White | Chadwick Bell Look 8

Chadwick Bell

Style&Minimalism | Trends | SS15 | Wearing White | Derek Lam 10 Crosby Look 18

Derek Lam 10 Crosby

Style&Minimalism | Trends | SS15 | Wearing White | Dion Lee Look 19

Dion Lee

Style&Minimalism | Trends | SS15 | Wearing White | Theory Look 19

Theory

I’m a bit of a sucker for an all white look and it seems I’m not alone, so many designers once again sent models down the catwalk head-to-toe in white. It continues to be a slick fresh option for the warmer months and I’m a strong advocate. Atea Oceanie’s stunning belted Cupro suit and Chadwick Bell’s wrap shirt and high-split skirt are the two looks I’m most in love with and would like to recreate this season. It’s such an easy trend to copy which ever look you like best; pull out your palazzo pants and wear them with one of the new-style fitted short-sleeved t-shirts, or try a white jumpsuit if you’re feeling brave.

Photos: Vogue.com & Atea Oceanie