It feels like the summer of the long white dress, doesn’t it? I am seeing them everywhere on Instagram, and I personally added one to my wardrobe because it feels like a nightgown around the house, but is acceptable to wear in public when I have to run an errand. While it’s definitely “on trend” right now, a white dress is far from “trendy”—it’s a classic wardrobe item that will never go out of style.
My exact dress is c/o Jenni Kayne and I ended up sizing down. They only have a few sizes available right now, so I’ll also link some alternatives for you at the end with a similar look if you’re looking to add a piece like this into your wardrobe. If you do end up going for the Jenni Kayne dress, don’t forget to use Natalie20 at checkout for 20% off. The necklaces I’m wearing are from my shop and will be available again soon!
This style session really challenged me because I’m really not typically a dress person. And when I do wear a dress, it’s usually in the most obvious way: with sandals or sneakers. In today’s post I’m sharing six ways to wear a long white dress to prove to myself (and to you) that it can be worn more than just a couple ways!
This truly is an outfit I have never thought of, but I love how it turned out! I love how light and neutral it is, with lots of texture to keep it interesting. This is a perfect way to transition a breezy white dress into cooler fall months.
Here’s my “go to” way to wear this dress and other similar dresses in the summertime. So easy!
This is another look that surprised me. It’s different, for sure! But I weirdly really love it. The more structured stripes paired with the tiered and flowy bottom of the dress is a fun contrast.
I love that the denim jacket can serve as either a classic layer for warmth on a chilly night, or as a belt of sorts to define the waist.
I considered a few options for this layered look but the linen shell was a clear winner because it holds its shape more and doesn’t look bunchy when you layer it over something.
Lastly, here’s another transition outfit for fall. The snakeskin mules add pattern and bring the colors together.