3 All-White Outfits You Can Wear From Day To Night

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Our summer schedules tend to get quite packed, and we know we’re not alone in that—with July’s weather only getting sunnier (read: outdoor entertaining becoming increasingly popular), we’re sure yours are too. With a juggling act of social activities to attend, the last thing you want to worry about is having to do an outfit change between functions, a real pain especially if finding yourself far from home. By employing a few key styling tricks with a crisp, head-to-toe white ensemble, that midday switcheroo becomes unncessary—meaning more time at your parties, uninterrupted. Here, three outfit ideas for your next occasion.

Elena Perminova

Elena breaks up the white with a blouse and trousers boasting subtle contrasting details. She further plays up the tonal element with sleek black accessories—a great stacked-heel bootie and chic shoulder bag.

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Pros for day: Denim for daytime feels natural and comfortable, but a crisp white pair lends more polish than your regular baby blues.

Pros for night: A great pair of ankle boots can literally be worn 24/7—find a heel height that works for you and break 'em in! They'll become your go-to shoes no matter the season (plus they're perfect for dancing).

Hanneli Mustaparta

Hanneli's plunging, gauzy maxi dress is the quintessence of breezy summer dressing— all it needs it a pair of nude wedges (comfy enough for day and dressy enough for night) and a red lip.

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Pros for day: The lightweight, gauzy fabric of the dress will keep you cool in the heat.

Pros for night: A red lip is glamorous without the hassle of polished hair—aka rocking the look with salty beach waves is totally acceptable.

Kendall Jener

Consider this the summer suit—Kendall's optic white blouse-and-slim-trousers combo looks undeniably polished with her sleek ponytail. Finished with a structured bag and metallic oxfords, the look is simple yet striking.

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Pros for day: Flats are comfortable for running from party to party, but a metallic pair adds enough pizzaz to make them feel festive rather than office-ready.

Pros for night: A jumpsuit that cinches at the waist instantly flatters the figure and lends a tailored (and consequently, evening-ready) vibe to the look.