Photographed by Stephen Mark Sullivan

White is often considered a summer color, worn when the temperatures rise, and fabrics and palettes lighten up. But the rule of retiring white after Labor Day was discarded long ago, and fashion has embraced heavier fabrics in white for the fall and winter seasons. And really, what better color to pair with winter frosts and snowscapes than white itself? If solid white is too stark, try a quieter style like a clubman, or opt for off-white or crystal, both beautiful options in any season.

–Iris Johnson