9 White Haute Pieces to Help You Look Amazing for Labor Day

September 1, 2012  |  
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Labor Day marks the “official” end of the summer season, and the entire weekend is punctuated with Labor Day white parties. Still looking for the perfect white haute look in which to make your grand entrance? Here are 9 pieces that should help narrow your search.

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Be Hot without trying too hard in this Boulee Boutique Ciara Cut Out Dress from Revolve Clothing. It reveals bits of skin in places that are tempting, but leaves something to the imagination.

 

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We know you might be combining work and play this weekend (hello event planners and PR reps) so why not go for this V-neck pencil dress at TopShop with a strappy sandal?

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Feeling laid back? Get comfortable in this Blu Moon Halter Dress for a haute hippie vibe.

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Rock this fabulous, trendy high/low dress for a chic poolside party.

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Be casual, but oh so cute in this lace bandeaux style playsuit from Asos–ideal for a rooftop barbecue, or fun in the park.

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Show off your tiny waist in this ladylike Elizabeth and James peplum top. Add cigarette pants and a metallic shoe to make it pop.

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This ethereal plus size dress with flutter sleeves and gathered waist is perfect for a daytime garden party or a Labor Day wedding.

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If your style is more classic prep, you’ll love a crisp white pant like this Lauren by Ralph Lauren pair, styled with a chambray or Oxford shirt, and leopard print flats.

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Paige Denim is known for its great fit, so these jeans will hug you in all the right places. Dress them up by adding a print tunic top and sandals, or dress them down with a fitted tee and wedges.

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