Meaning of winter white in English:

winter white


mass noun
  • A white colour with a yellowish tinge.

    ‘winter white works brilliantly for dressed-up daywear’
    as modifier ‘a winter-white cashmere sweater’
    • ‘Change from the sporty bright red, white and royal blue to dark red, winter white and navy, or choose your school colors.’
    • ‘Colours range from sleek black to classic winter white to vibrant pinks, reds also taupe, browns and greys are very much in evidence.’
    • ‘I do wear a lot of white. I've noticed with the collections there's a lot more winter white.’
    • ‘Recently, while on deadline for an article on winter-white fashion, I began to wonder what ever became of him.’
    • ‘'New Geometry' was the theme of her show, a calculated mix of grey, winter white and black in a variety of shapes.’
    • ‘A family parked and got out – man in winter whites with a cable knit sweater, she wearing jeans and fur.’
    • ‘Wear wrap coats, jackets and tail coats in silk velvets and plush cottons in a palette of aubergines, winter white and teal shades.’
    • ‘Key colours are black, grey, red, shades of spice, deep violet, chocolate brown, shades of tan and winter white.’
    • ‘Winter white is still an important look, particularly with silvery beads and details.’
    • ‘Winter white is OK, but a splash of color is nice for a change, even if it's only a picture.’
    • ‘The use of block colours in black, anthracite, charcoal gray, indigo, winter white and red-brown complements this understated and practical collection.’
    • ‘Sporting a winter white Versace coat, worn over a gold sequin dress, a stunning Angelina Jolie didn't disappoint as she stopped to chat with fans.’
    • ‘The young woman, smartly dressed in winter whites, walked by me and then stopped suddenly.’
    • ‘Winter white clothing is also a very modern off-the-runway look now, but the fabrics are sturdier and more of the season than flimsy linen.’
    • ‘Colours range from sleek black to classic winter white to vibrant pinks.’