5 All-White Outfits We Love for Summer 2019

New Yorkers may be notorious for wearing black head-to-toe (you have to admit it's a chic look), but come summertime, we're finally ready to lighten up. This Memorial Day through Labor Day, catch us sporting monochromatic all-white outfits like the five below—they're breezy, cool, and perfect for mixing and matching.

For a night out

Getting ready for an evening on the town? Pair a flirty white mini with ankle-tie sandals for a look that’s sure to turn heads. Stick with neutral accessories like a bamboo clutch and gold jewelry, and let your pout stand out with a pop of pink liquid lipstick.

For a dinner party

You’ll impress everyone at the table with this fashion-forward ensemble. Balance out a champagne silk skirt (so luxe!) with a voluminous sweatshirt (the metallic threading on this one keeps it dressy), and add neutral sandals, a similarly-toned crossbody, and a pretty silver barrette. Fair warning: you’ll want to be extra careful not to spill any food or wine—it’s got nowhere to hide on this bright white canvas.

For a day in the city

Whether you’re going gallery-hopping, window-shopping, or food-touring, explore your city in this effortless pants-and-blouse look. Tuck your white tank into your jeans, then wear the blouse unbuttoned on top for an easy, breezy vibe. White sneakers top it off, and a tote bag that complements the blouse’s pattern ties the look together.

For a beach trip

Nothing looks as elegant on the beach as an all-white swimsuit and matching cover-up. Add sporty sandals for a little juxtaposition, plus laid-back sunnies and a beach hat. Most importantly, don’t forget the SPF—the solid white aesthetic definitely doesn’t pair well with a bright red sunburn.

For a jog in the park

Ditch the old gym shorts and tank top—athletic-wear has never looked so cool. Wear these neutral color-blocked leggings with a white sports bra for your morning run, then simply throw a tee on top and continue to look sporty-chic all day long.

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