Go for a jaunty, nautical look by pairing your white loafers with an outfit in white and navy blue, like a cute white and navy printed dress with stripes or abstract patterns. For extra coverage, throw on a white cardigan. More options? A striped white and navy jersey sailor shirt and a white skirt or a pair of white shorts.
Play with opposites: pair those ultra-preppy loafers with a grungier, edgier ensemble. Slip on a pair of skinny black rocker jeans, then slide into your loafers. The precious white shoes will totally pop against your tough black jeans. To complete the look, wear a broken-in band T-shirt and a studded belt. You'll have Ivy League feet, with nothing but danger from the ankles up.
Channel your inner trust fund princess with a "Gossip Girl"--inspired ensemble. If there's anyone who can pull off a pair of white loafers with flair, it's fave fictional Upper East Side fashionista Blair Waldorf. Make your own Blair statement with bold pops of color and exaggerated preppiness, like a structured black and white dress with a big solid-color belt, or a raspberry-hued skirt, a raspberry and white blouse and a white belt.
Slip on some colored tights to highlight your white loafers. Use whatever floats your boat -- purple tights, maroon tights, neon yellow tights -- the weirder the better. White loafers aren't exactly subtle, so you might as well play it up. Add layered pieces in even more colors -- like a shirt with a psychedelic print, a colorful cardigan and a cutoff denim skirt. Bring a white accent back in, like a white belt, white bracelets or big white earrings, to tie it all together.
Do a monochromatic look if you want to stay away from cartoon colors. You really can't go wrong with basic black and white -- a black and white printed dress with a black cardigan, or a black skirt and a black and white top.
Dingy shoes can sabotage your look, so keep those loafers clean.
Avoid a completely white look, unless you want to look like a nurse. If you want to sport all white clothes, bring in a small amount of color, like a pop of turquoise jewelry.