White Accessories for Spring

There’s been one trend that has carried through from the last two seasons, and that’s white accessories for spring. In my own closet, this was something that was lacking a bit. As much as I love white (I have more white dresses and white blouses than anything else), I never really acquired white accessories since I felt pops of color stood out better against the white. But this season, I’ve welcomed several new white accessories for spring into my wardrobe.

There were two white accessories for spring I knew I wanted to add, and that was the perfect white bag and a sturdy pair of white boots. White boots have been a huge trend since fall, and for some reason I don’t know why I did not jump on the bandwagon sooner. Since adding white boots to my wardrobe, they are pretty much all I wear. They go with absolutely everything, and since they are on trend, they are extremely stylish.

The other big trend I have loved is circle bags. Since a chic white bag was missing from my wardrobe, I knew I wanted to add a white circle bag to my collection. Since adding this Mansur Gavriel bag, I have paired it with pretty much everything, especially with my white boots.

White accessories give off a bit of a 60s mod vibe, which I have been having fun trying to emulate. Bold pants, ruffle tops, and white boots combined equals the perfect mod style. For this mod look, I brought back this top from last year and paired it with these pants, my white circle bag, and white boots. Below are some of my favorite white accessories for spring.









What I Am Wearing In This Post:

Stylekeepers top (last seen here; similar here, here, and here), Staud pants, Jeffrey Campbell boots (similar here and here), Mansur Gavriel bag, Stila Stay All Day Lipstick in Perla

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  1. Love how soft and flowy this outfit is!

    Posted 4.12.18 Reply
    • The A List

      Thank you so much!

      Posted 4.16.18 Reply