Still looking for Rosh Hashana outfit inspiration? I’ve got some ideas for you! I definitely don’t need another excuse to wear white after Labor Day, but this holiday is the perfect opportunity because it is the color traditionally worn.
WHITE IS ALWAYS A GREAT IDEA
If you want to make a statement with your outfit, white is the color to do this. There is something about white that always looks so chic and special. Personally, I always feel an extra boost of confidence when I wear an all white outfit. I’m still lusting over this white shorts suit.
Another way to wear white, if you’re not ready to wear an all-white look, is to wear white prints. Polka dots and gingham are my favorite black and white prints to wear. The mixture of white and black is classic and modern. These prints are perfect for Rosh Hashana, too!
You can see more of this mixed print outfit I styled in this post.
Nothing is more feminine and festive than white lace. Like this dress I wore styled with a denim jacket from Felt. Lace skirts are another great option with even more versatility, like this one I wore with leather recently.
ADDING WHITE TO YOUR WARDROBE
Accessories are one of my other favorite ways to incorporate white into any look. White booties are my go-to styling trick to elevate every look. I always find myself adding this white Rachel Lynn bracelet to looks and love the way it looks with just about everything. Don’t forget to use code TALI for 25% off Rachel Lynn purchases!
Some people are intimidated to wear an all white outfit because it can be difficult to keep white looking white. Investing in high quality fabrics will help with this simply because they are often much easier to treat and keep clean. But if you’re not ready to make an investment in white, adding less expensive pieces is a great way to start incorporating the color into your wardrobe. I would suggest to start with a white button down shirt or sweaters for fall.
What are you planning to wear for Rosh Hashana? Let me know in the comments!