THE NEW DRESS IN TOWN: The Little White Dress

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With the warmer months ahead of us, it’s only natural that a new neutral come into town: white. Cool, crisp—it’s the perfect shade, especially when it comes to dresses. We’ve all of course heard the wonder of the LBD (little black dress), but the LWD (little white dress) doesn’t get as much play, which really, is quite the shame!
Just like an LBD, a LWD goes with everything and can be worn almost anywhere (the rule of thumb: don’t wear white to a wedding unless you’re the bride still applies). But really, anything else goes—work event, night out with the girls, date night, concert—this little baby will take you anywhere. Style it the same way you would an LBD—add pops of colour, some great accessories, or a fun print and you can really take it to the next level.

 

To give you some inspiration, here are just some of the LWD I’m crushing over right now:

 

 

 

 

 

H&M, dress with lace trim, $59.99

H&M, dress with lace trim, $59.99

 

 

 

Anthropologie, crochet mini dress, $248.00

Anthropologie, crochet mini dress, $248.00

 

 

 

 

Free People, maxi dress, $160.48

Free People, maxi dress, $160.48

 

 

 

 

Lulus, lace white skirt and top, $31

Lulus, lace white skirt and top, $31

 

 

Muse Social Fashion House, sleeveless button-up dress, $83.00 

Muse Social Fashion House, sleeveless button-up dress, $83.00

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About the Author: Tanya Colledge

After hearing the editor of Vancouver Fashion Magazine speak to her class of Fashion Business and Creative Arts students at John Casablancas Institute, Tanya knew she wanted to combine her passion for fashion with her love of the written word. She now holds a degree in Professional Communications from Royal Roads University and has been published in various publications such as The Other Press, The Globe and Mail, Sounding Board, WorkSafe Magazine, and Business in Vancouver.

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