I am bringing white back into winter with this beautiful white lace satin dress from Aidan Mattox. This dress is both elegant and sexy, and is exactly the way I love to feel in distinguished dresses. I love how the dress is feminine with its white lace panels and contemporary with its pristine satin sheath. It is absolutely perfect for parties! And after surviving the last couple of years in this crazy world of ours — I think we all deserve some festivity.
A dress like this would also be perfect for a bride at her bridal shower. Sassy and sweet for the bride-to-be at her bachelorette party, and if I dare say — just amazing for a bride to wear to the courthouse too, if the need arises. This dress definitely makes a statement but not in an off-putting way. It is made for a woman to feel confident and empowered in her beautiful femininity.
Typical winter white clothes are characterized by shades of white that are more ivory and cream–based. However, this dress showcases more of a bright white color that is most popular during summer. Honestly, I am a trendsetter because I break trends, and this dress is my kind of winter white because it is completely unexpected. I dare you to wear something out of the ordinary. It is fun to be different and like I say, “fashion is fun!”
I am crazy about this stunning white lace satin dress from Aidan Mattox. The liquid–like pleats from the satin are beyond amazing and will compliment your body shape. It is normally $195 but you can rent it for a quarter of that price with Rent the Runway Wardrobe (use code RTRDEBBIE to get you 40% off). This code provides 40% off two months of RTR’s Newest Memberships (our 8, 12 and 16-item plans).
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Fendi white bag (vintage) – Vintage is the best. Need I say more? Shop white designer handbags from Nordstrom.
Charles David heels (similar white heels here) – The white patent faux leather just pops.
Photos by Madi Saige