Tis’ the season of blazing temperatures, much needed vacations and the opportunity to bare a little more skin while rocking a color that possesses the power of the 3 C’s (cool, calm and collected). That’s right! SUMMER is here (as if its presence could be missed) and what better way to properly embrace its visit than with wearing the classic it-hue of “WHITE”.
To get you started, here are 5 simple ways to take on this riveting trend:
*photography by Drew Valenti
1. White on White
With endless possibilities from casual to glam, wearing white on white is bold, captivating and perfectly suitable for the season. Mixing textures and playing with lengths here will up the fun when selecting pieces for this combo.
Take inspiration from our designer, Victoria Tik who paired our SAMANTHA backless scoop dress accented with a blazer draped over her shoulders; A stylish and summer-ready approach to power dressing for the work week.
2. Outer | Wear
Jackets, blazers, vests and lightweight sweaters; so many to choose from— but who’s complaining? This is one of the best go to pieces (in white) to turn heads.
3.The Statement Piece
Accessorize your outfit with a standout statement piece. Opt for a belt, bag or clutch, scarf, watch, jewelry and or even a pair of pumps, sandals, flats, booties or sneakers. It’s a simple — yet standout way to incorporate white in your wardrobe.
»> dress: frock los angeles // blazer: violeta by mango // purse-rebecca minkoff // necklace: gogo philip «<
4. Bottoms Up
Grab a pair of trousers, shorts, jeans or a skirt as a key piece for your #OOTD and coordinate it with the rest of your chosen attire. You’ll be amazed at how quickly you’ll transform into the season’s ultimate companion.
5. Dress to Impress
From the maxi to the “LWD (Little White Dress)” make your presence known off-duty or at your next calendared event. Peruse through our full collection at www.frockla.com.
As always, show us how you style your “White FROCK” for summer by tagging us on instagram or twitter (@frocklosangeles | #frockla).
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