Eleven ways to rock our July cover's all-white style and make it anything but basic!
Avoid having your white look fall flat by adding subtle details that break-up the look, like a pleated peplum. June adds the perfect accessories into the mix: A Zara pearl choker, Christian Louboutin clutch, and Brian Atwood T-strap platforms to spice up this Suno dress.
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If you're a petite frame like Sleepy Hollow's Nicole Beharie find a clean, form-fitted piece so you don't get swallowed by a one that makes you look shapeless in this shade.
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White worn too tight can feel overly revealing, strike the perfect balance in a look that grazes, instead of hugging your curves like Angela Simmons. The metal and pearl accessories feel neutral but bold enough to pop.
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Take notes on how First Lady Mrs. O topped off a super clean cap-sleeved, A-line Michael Kors dress with game-changing double buckle Alexander McQueen belt. Well done!
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A jumpsuit always fits the bill and never fails to look fab, in fact, this style in white looks especially glam, channeling Bianca Jagger's days at Studio 54
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White has never looked more fresh than Mrs. Kardashian-West's monotone tux. We'd steal this exact style for a formal event or even replace the pants with knee-length Bermudas on a more relaxed occasion.
If you're in the mood to show some curves, do it naturally in a not-so-skin-tight, slightly ruched number you can still move freely in. And do follow Hall's lead and rock a fun pair of fringed sandals to add oomph to the look.
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Garcelle is always spot on with selecting pieces that straddle the line of sexy and classy. Take this cowl-neck number for instance, which can feel dated, but when combined with long sleeves and a midi hemline it serves more of a 70s silhouette we could have totally seen DVF rocking.
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White does so well in billowy fabrics. If ethereal and angelic is the look you're going for don't be afraid to transform one of your fancy silk robes into a dress with a small gold belt and a pair of standout stilettos.
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If you're on the opposite side of the spectrum like Rih-Rih at the MET Gala, and looking to wear white in a less virginal way a cropped top is your best best. No matter if you pair your midriff moment with a midi or maxi, it''s a no-fail fly style.
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Zoe's Saldana's gown, is again, a prime example of how to add surface interest to white, and in this case it's with full-on pleats and a little embellishing.