Summer Whites

This week marks the first days of summer and nothing screams summer like crisp, bright whites in your wardrobe. I love the contrast of a pair of white heels with a brightly colored dress or just a simple pair of dark jeans. This clean hue looks fabulous when paired with gold accessories and is great for showing off that {fake} summer tan (skin cancer is not sexy). Here are my three favorite ways to wear white this warm weather season:

1. White Out

An all white ensemble isn’t just for your wedding day. Try wearing this style with neutrals and gold accessories to avoid looking like the nightly nurse.

2. Bold Black and White

The mod mix of a black and white print is perfect for the summer months. From stripes to polka dots, there is nothing better than a graphic black and white look.

3. White Brights

With colorblocking emerging as a huge trend this year, try pairing bright colors like honeysuckle pink, turquoise and orange with your white heels for a funky and fashionable look.

These heels will have you looking white hot this summer season:

Bebe Shoes : Noah - White Fabric

Bebe Noah in White Fabric

Steve Madden : Fantasik - White Fabric

Steve Madden Fantastik Wedge in White Fabric

BCBG : Preston - White

BCBGirls Preston in White

Jessica Simpson : Achillea - White

Jessica Simpson Achillea in White

BCBG : Esters Slingback - White Patent

BCBGirls Esters Slingback in White Patent

Ivanka Trump : Saffire - White Multi Pat

Ivanka Trump Saffire Wedge in White Patent

Michelle has a passion for fashion and all things glamorous and at only 5'1", you'll be hard pressed to find her in anything but heels! By day, Michelle serves the public as an urban designer, but in her spare time you can catch her blogging, shopping, or running the beautiful streets of the Queen City.

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