My favorite part about Spring and the warm weather is being able to transition my wardrobe from sad winter grey’s to crisp spring white’s. I love rocking white when I want to stand out, and show off my spring-break tan, of course. There is something about an all-white look that feels sophisticated and classy. Whether you’re going to brunch or a party you just cant go wrong with these timeless looks.
Daytime festivities call for effortless and comfortable attire like our lace up front top paired with a distressed skinny ankle grazer. Who said comfy cant be stylish? Add a studded wedge like Yesenia to add a little edge to your look!
I know they say you can’t wear white to a wedding but every once in a while we get invited to an all-white destination wedding or bridal shower and all bets are off! Fall head-over-heels with our angelic open sleeve white dress. Not only is this dress so flattering and elegant, but it made me feel like a goddess. Pair with our Sidara pumps and add a little bling to spark things up.
Someone get Diddy (or is it ‘Sean Combs’ these days) on the phone because my invitation to his annual all-white party must’ve gotten lost in the mail! Themed parties are my favorite, especially if it’s an all white party in the summer when everyone is sun-kissed, and in a festive mood. Our cutout back bodycon dress is just what the doctor (not Dr. Dre) ordered for this type of soiree. And because I want all eyes on me, I went with the Ralonda pump; a white statement shoe that demands to be seen.
So, are you feeling the all-white trend? How are you rocking it?
Guest Contributor: Isamar Batista
Isamar, a New York City transplant, is Director of CRM at ShoeDazzle. In addition to having over 6 years of experience in online marketing, Isamar also comes with an undeniable passion for fashion, photography, music and everything pop culture. Her style can be described as sexy yet tailored with a little bit of edge. When she isn’t Instagram-ing her outfit of the day she is probably making her 5th purchase of the month at ShoeDazzle.com…but, who’s counting?