Heading into fall but I’m still very much in my summer vibes with this Tularosa Cierra Embroidered dress. Thanks so much to Revolve for sending me this gorgeous white dress to end this summer right.
There’s just something about white dresses paired with a golden summer tan; nothing better! This dress is also 100% cotton so it’s breezy and comfortable for these hotter months.
I immediately fell in love the balloon sleeves with cinched cuffs. This dress has voluminous sleeves adorned with crochet trim and intricate floral embroidery detail throughout. Another unique detail is the rope sash that wraps around the waist.
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With light, wood details, this dress paired so well with nude heels. You can easily dress down this Tularosa Revolve dress with strappy sandals or slides. This only adds to the already bohemian vibe that this dress has.
Some of my favorite color combos to pair with a white outfit is a variation of beige, tan, taupe, and brown. These pair well for daytime events and feel fresh and chic.
I would leave the usual black accessories or footwear for evening or night events. So try to keep it paired with neutral, earthy, warm tones to make it daytime-essential.
Here are additional white dresses that you will love to wear this summer or the next. Remember, keeping your wardrobe stocked with neutrals is never a bad thing.
The best part about neutrals is that they never go out of style. You will definitely get some wear this season or next year. We are a couple of months away from cooler temperatures so I decided to share a few dresses with a bit more coverage.
The following are going to be great transitional pieces in the next couple of months. Because, let’s be honest, the weather doesn’t get below 70 in Houston until about December. No lie!
Fortunately, will still keep you a bit warmer than, say, a strapless dress. Let me know in the comments below your favorite!
12 White Dresses to Transition from Summer to Fall
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