To me white has always been a summer colour; a light cotton summer dress to be worn on the beach while you tease your toes in the warm, turquoise sea. It's a nice image, isn't it? So I'm having a debate with myself over why white doesn't work for me as a winter colour. Yes I know I know, winter wonderland and all that.
Our favourite celebs are loving it on the red carpet, especially Poppy Delevingne, who looked sensational at the Topshop/Topman dinner in New York this week.
I just can't assimilate white with this cold time of year. I have to attribute it to my mum really. She always told me she thought my shiny white runners looked a bit odd with my full length school winter coat with the tartan party dress I insisted on wearing on all occasions. I'm sorry, I just can't shake it.
I get it, it's a feminine shade, that's all Christmas-y, but I am struggling to see how we can make it work in a cosy winter wardrobe. So, I decided to put it to a vote. What do you think, can white work in winter? Let's vote!