Styling & Washing Tips For White Clothes!
Simple, clean, ageless and eternal. White has always played a decisive role in the fashion industry. Whether you wear it to work or on a special occasion, white can look amazing. Yet it can also stain. Here’s how you can make sure your white looks the best.
The shades of white
White isn’t just white anymore. Cream, eggshell, ivory, Navajo white, and vanilla, they’re all shades of white. Wear them one at a time and you might not be able to tell the difference, but together they clash. Don’t mix and match these shades, as your white will lose its simple clarity.
White with basic colors:
- White with black: Black with white can be casual, but it’s still quite an elegant combination. Make sure your outfit fits the situation, as there is only one thing worse than being underdressed – being overdressed.
- White with red/green: Perfectly for casual days, but be careful how they match. White tops often go better with colorful bottoms, while that’s not always true the other way round. If you do choose white trousers, pay attention to the type of fabric and make sure they’re not see through.
And if by any chance you have worn white clothes this holi, check out this handy guide on how to remove holi colors from clothes here at Reward Me.
Wash whites with whites, and separate out colors and patterned whites. Use a laundry detergent that’s great on whites, like Ariel Powder. And when the wash is over, dry your whites in the sun outside: it’ll help your whites shine even brighter.
White needs care
White clothes get dirty the easiest, and the smallest spot can ruin your outfit. Makeup stains are common, so be careful with your lipstick. If they do get stained, don’t worry, just pre-treat and wash as normal.
Those little details…
When they’re white, bright and fresh, there’s nothing better than a white outfit. Sure, they may need a little extra care, but it’s worth it in the end. Just be sure to accessorize and keep your whites in the best condition with Ariel Powder.
Learn how to remove stains from white clothes here.
Learn more laundry tips here.