24 Street Style Stars in Little White Dresses (LWDs)
Emma Stone, Kate Mara, and Julianne Hough are here to say you can wear white after Labor Day! Each of the stars donned little white dresses this week, proving that the style staple works all year round.
Stone worked her bow-accented Giambattista Valli LWD during an appearance on Good Morning America, pairing the frock with studded caramel brown Valentino pumps. At a Botkier dinner in New York City, Mara took an sharper approach, teaming her tulle-trimmed bright white minidress by Vielma London with pointed-toe pumps, a dark leather clutch, and a selection of Love Adorned jewels. And Hough's sheer lace Self-Portrait number stood out at Samsung Electronics’s #DITCHtheDSLR event, which she styled with nude platform Christian Louboutin heels.
Looking to try the seasonless LWD yourself? Well, it's all in the styling. Pay attention to the frock's silhouette, and choose pieces that show only a hint of skin or fabrics with an interesting texture to soften up the stark white shade. As for accessories, add metallic jewels or a nude shoe to warm up your look, and voilà!
Joining her Scream Queens castmates at Comic-Con, Michele wowed in a sexy deep plunging Solace London dress that was an eye-catching white against her tanned physique. The neckline of the brunette beauty's white hot number ended inches above her bellybutton, leaving little to the imagination regarding her enviable figure. The actress paired her daring look with beige pointed Ferragamo pumps and jewelry by Melissa Kaye and Dana Rebecca.
Kerr stepped out in Santa Monica, California, rocking a lacy white number along with a stunning engagement ring on her finger. The model looked radiant on her way to dinner at Giorgio Baldi in a white lace romper-style piece that showed off her tanned, runway-ready legs and topped off the look with a modest cream duster. The model wore her voluminous chin-length hair in flirty summer waves and a crisp red pout that matched her nail color.
Julianne Hough attended a church service in L.A. in a sleeveless white dress that hugged every inch of her athletic figure. She looked white hot in a knee-length bodycon dress with a white and blue plaid shirt tied around her waist. She accessorized with a white top-handle bag, platform sandals, and round sunglasses, keeping the patriotic look clean and simple.
Emma Watson doesn’t step out in public too often, but when she does, she has us crushing on her every sartorial move. The actress and activist was spotted in London in a summery white dress that would be perfect for our next warm-weather vacation, whether we’re heading to the Hamptons, the mountains, or even across the pond.
Watson paired the eyelet button-up shirtdress with a light brown leather belt and patent black loafers, giving the flirty style a cool-girl edge. Worn with a classic updo, simple silver jewelry, and minimal makeup, the actress showed off her natural beauty.
The actress worked her bow-accented Giambattista Valli LWD during an appearance on Good Morning America, giving the frock an added edge by pairing it with studded caramel brown Valentino pumps.
At a Botkier dinner in New York City, Mara took an chic approach to the LWD, teaming her tulle accented bright white minidress by Vielma London with pointed-toe pumps, a dark leather clutch, and a selection of Love Adorned jewels.
Hough's sheer lace Self-Portrait number which featured a stark color and intricate detailing stood out at Samsung Electronics’s #DITCHtheDSLR event. She completed her ensemble with nude platform Christian Louboutin heels.
Our favorite street style star took a more minimalist approach and accessorized her lace-paneled Heartloom LWD (that boasts an open cut-out back) with a skinny white belt, a taupe fringe CH Carolina Herrera tote, shades from her Westward Leaning collection, and snakeskin ballet flats.
The musician arrived at Narita International Airport looking picture-perfect in a pretty floral print LWD, accessorizing it with an embellished braided headband, Red C Jewels, a Tod's handbag, and strappy nude heels.
Always fashionably on point, Palermo stood out at Solid & Striped's inaugural BBQ and Pool Party in a little textured number that she paired with a waist-cinching little white belt, shades from her Westward Leaning collection, and comfy flats.
The rising street style star was snapped on a coffee run in a pretty white eyelet Banana Republic shift that she styled with caramel accessories.
Mann toughened up her midi-length white dress (with the pretty broderie hem) with a too-cool leather moto jacket and python heels.
Tyler made it a point to emphasize her off-white lace mini with a crisp optic white blazer. A burgundy clutch and metallic flat sandals acted as her accessories.
The Victoria's Secret model struck a statuesque pose in a lovely lace cami dress, letting it take center stage with muted add-ons, including delicate earrings, a silver minaudiere and nude Stuart Weitzman sandals.
Even though the actress was incognito in oversize shades and wool fedora, her pristine white shirt dress stood out. A leather cross-body bag and Marni slides rounded out her ensemble.
The Duchess of Cambridge went for a nautical look in a sleek white-and-navy Jaeger dress, picking up on the navy accents with coordinating accessories.
Witherspoon gave her lacy number by Lover a pop of color with a fuchsia lip and sandals.
Munn flaunted legs for days in a white collared Lover shift with lace panels that she teamed with a selection of rings by Rue Gembon and Fine by Dannijo, Jennifer Fisher earrings, a stripe wooden Devi Kroell clutch, and nude wedges.
Menounos lent some edge to her breezy white shirtdress with statement-making caged booties.
King is the queen of street style, ruling the sidewalk with her white shirtdress and studded platform lace-ups.
Summer fashion perfection! Philipps was all smiles in a lattice white sundress, complete with chandelier earrings and white-trimmed nude espadrilles.
Kate Bosworth touched down in JFK in her usual stylish way, expertly layering a gray sweatshirt and a leather jacket over a crisp white shirtdress. A chain-linked burgundy purse and open-toed mules served as her accessories.
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Parker stepped up her style game by offsetting her summery LWD with grungy-cool high-tops.
Call it a twist on a classic! Rossum's Stella McCartney LWD came with a fringed cobalt blue hem-a shade she used to her advantage to color-coordinate her accessories, from her patent purse to her Stuart Weitzman sandals.