How to Step Out in White Like a Celebrity
White is one of the most flattering colours for the melanated skin (that and yellow). It brings out the beauty of our skin. However, it all depends on How you wear white.
We did a roundup of some African celebrities on Instagram and we would like to share how they wear white. You do not necessarily need to wear your white exactly as they did, but we know you can get some cool inspiration from these ideas. So enjoy…
Figure Sculpting Dresses
White dresses that sculpt your form make you look sexy and elegant and they present a perfect way to wear white. Unlike black that naturally flatters the figure, white tends to lay everything bare. Therefore, we are taught to avoid white. Only the very brave wear white, we are told.
However, a dress that clings to your figure and tapers down at the end is perfect for showcasing that gorgeous figure of yours.
Below are a few celebrities that stepped out in white recently. Whether knee-length or full length, these dresses have one thing in common, the sleeves are a bit on the long side.
Another way to wear white is by wearing sleek pantsuits. They have a way of slimming your form and presenting an elegant figure. These celebrities wear white like the movie stars that they are…You might not be a movie star, but there’s no harm in looking like one. 😉
Note the sleeveless tops. They add a hint of sexy to the ensemble.
Wear White Like a Fairytale Princess
Okay, so not everyone can pull off this look especially when it’s not a wedding dress, however it is a really sweet look and Nigerian Chidinma Ekile pulls it off magnificently.
Wear White in Classic Lines
Just like the fairytale princess look, not everyone can pull this off. But it is a really elegant style perfect for church and veteran actress, Hilda Dokubo pulls it off brilliantly. Of course it helps that she’s so beautiful!
So tell us, how would you wear white?
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