What To Wear To An All White Party

What To Wear To An All White Party Style Guide

Monday is the official start to All White Party Season. (Although it is perfectly acceptable to wear all all year around!) A question I know a lot of women face is "What do you wear to an all white party?!" Because let's be honest, when your all white outfit is bad, it's really bad. Michael Jackson. But the single most important piece of advice I can give you to pull off an amazing all white is to make sure everything fits! The all white will tell everyone yo business honey. If you want to keep it under wraps, make sure your outfit fits!

Here are 3 killer outfits to rock at your next All White Party!

What To Wear To An All White Party 1

For a boho glam look, start out with a crochet off the shoulder dress from Topshop. Add in strappy barely there heels also from Topshop, a gold straw clutch from H&M and a tassel necklace by BCBG. Lastly rent these super sophisticated Kendra Scott earrings from Rent the Runway for only $5!

How To Wear An All White Outfit 2

If your Memorial Day plans are taking you to the club go for a sleek look with lots of texture. Ok so this River Island top is really a bikini, but if you won't tell I won't either. Add in a Topshop scalloped hem mini to make this outfit acceptable to wear outside. Now have fun with textures with chainmail Jules Smith earrings, a holographic snakeskin clutch from ASOS and fringe single soled heels by BCBG.

What To Wear To An All White Party 3

For a modern twist on a classic outfit, start out with these James Perse straight linen pants, but cuff the ends to show off your Topshop chunky heel espadrille, a unique take on a crowd favorite. Add in a Choies peplum top, and splurge a bit on this Vera Bradley quilted bucket bag.  Finally finish off with an unique pair of Nadri fluid glitz open hoop earrings.

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