Finishing white subway tile - trim vs schluter

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I am hiring a professional to install white subway tile in this shower (yes, I know it's a lot of grout, but it's the only thing that my husband and I can agree on). The layout will be the traditional horizontal subway pattern. The tile will go to the ceiling, but I need to decide how to handle the edges on the side. The walls will be white.

I am attaching the trim options (from Jeffrey Court's Vintage Studio collection). The look that I'm going for is clean - I was hoping that the tile would just basically stop at the edge and not have any fussy trim. A tile with bullnose on the side would be great, but I don't see that as an option for this line.

Should I use schluter? If so, can I do white? Or is it better to use a small trim piece? If so, which one do I pick, the ramp edge? Thank you Houzzers!

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