Girl Scout Tips: How To Wear The LWD

Like a well-made trench coat or Anna Wintour’s bob, the simple LBD will always be in style. On bone-chilling mornings, or when we’ve overslept, there’s something comforting and safe about slipping on that favorite frock. As the days get longer and the weather warmer, a more playful look feels right. The easiest way to nail the transition? Get your hands on a little white dress. Shown is Diane von Furstenburg’s Montana. $385

diane von furstenberg scout life montana dress

As versatile as its moodier counterpart, the little white dress transitions seamlessly from desk to dinner, and with well-chosen accessories, can telegraph uptown elegance or downtown cool. In hopes that you’ll give your LBD an overdue vacation (or at least a few summer Fridays), we’ve enlisted three Keaton Row stylists to track down what we think might be the perfect little white dress.

forbes lwd scout life office

Office: “The little white dress is a great alternative in summer to a more serious and somber black dress. Pair it with nudes and pastels for a truly refreshing take on summer whites.” -Keaton Row Stylist Lauren Finney

forbes lwd scout life weekend

Weekend: “To dress down a little white dress for the weekend, pair it with comfortable but chic accessories, like flat sandals, a denim vest, and a fedora. All of these items are closet staples, so it’ll be easy to pull them all together for a weekend outfit.” -Keaton Row Stylist Jessica Shia

forbes lwd scout life date night

Date Night: “A little white dress provides such a clean palette against which to work. By pairing it with sleek black heels, the beautiful pops of color from the green and blue tones in the earrings and clutch stand out all the more” -Keaton Row Stylist Olivia Peters

~Forbes Women

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