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Wear a White Shift Three Ways – Just Carry a Big Bag

A white shift dress is the perfect canvas for spring outfits: Whether you need a warm-weather look for day or night, casual or dressed-up, all you have to add are a few key accessories (which, with enough packing prowess, can be stuffed in a huge tote) to stretch that one white dress for an entire weekend.

Look 1: Power Lunch. Add:
A bold statement necklace will pop against the white dress. (If you’re feeling really bold, try a bib or tribal necklace), and a neutral pump is a great shoe staple—you will wear it to work all spring, to make your summer dresses more formal and your black dresses more summer-y.

Look 2: Shopping or Sunday Brunch. Add:
A bright patterned scarf or wrap makes it fun and casual, while a metallic flat sandal is a great way to dress down the shift—and stay comfortable—without looking sloppy. We also love this look with an embellished sandal and a solid scarf.

Look 3: Night Out with the Girls (Or Date Night). Add:
Throw on a black boyfriend blazer like to make the shift evening-ready (and stave off evening chills). Grab some sexy platform shoes to complete the look—the extra height, contrary to what logic might dictate, will actually make the shoes more comfortable for that last hour of dancing.

Originally published on SheFinds


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