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Taking Joy's advice, I am going to purchase a scarf dedicated to my white jacket.
I like white in the winter and have white puffer, it is old but I still wreat it with pleasure, I wash it easily no problem. I can always recommend white so fresh and fun.
I have an off white fashion puffer that has black and white tweed on the body and off white quilted puffer arms. The tweed is frayed at the neckline and I love it. It feels quite Chanel inspired and I love to wear it with pearls and a dressy handbag. White puffers look very fresh in winter, I love them.
Love that HH one. Great to see a coat that functions as a puffer, but lacks the puffs. Beautiful lines!
I think a white or cream coat can be a breath of fresh air on a winter day, just have to alternatives for when activities or weather take it out of rotation.
I think a white puffer is so chic. My very, very chic friend has one and looks so fab. She inspired me to choose a rain coat to walk my dogs in white. We both agree that we love white coats but they do require more frequent laundering and spot cleaning. If you are OK with the higher maintenance you are going to look fab!
Sterling - thank you for the feedback on your run around town!Joy - thanks for the tip on the scarf and oxyclean.Sally - I'm sure your winters feel just as cold as mine. The big difference is the salt on our roads, and I think we need heavier boots.
I think I'm close to pulling the trigger. I think I'm OK with taking a risk this season. The white really aligns well with my new style goal to wear cheerful, bright colours.
I am also honing in on these TNF parkas, in very light grey. The light grey seems more practical than a cream or white. The salt should blend in well, haha!
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I only have one puffer, but I'm very firmly on team light coloured puffers. Here's mine styled
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It is beautiful Diane. Your outfits are lovely.
Looks great with the cognac footwear.
I hope you find the perfect one. It can be very chic. I'm just kind of practical. When we lived in the mountains I knew who a woman who had a white wool coat. It was beautiful, but dry cleanable. $$$
JAileen -- The TNF down ones are machine washable and they actually recommend that you dry them in the dryer. Most of the "gear brand" ones are machine-friendly.
The Canada Goose ones are dry clean only, I found out.
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