How To Style A White Camisole In 3 Looks

A seasonal staple in any girl’s wardrobe, the white camisole is versatile, chic and comfortable. Can you believe this fashion look originally rose to fame in some of the most popular teen shows of the naughties? Think Laguna Beach, The Hills, The OC… almost every sun-kissed beach babe was working them!

Several years later, the simple spaghetti strap is back in the spotlight. And this time it’s having a real moment. Layer yours with soft hues for a romantic look, or add killer jewelry to make a statement. All in all, this lightweight, floaty fabric is the ultimate addition to your wardrobe. Take a look at my 3 top ways in which the white camisole can work for you this spring and summer.


1. Rock Chick

Channel an edgy look by pairing your white camisole with black pants, a chunky bohemian necklace and a jeans shirt (jeans jacket could work too). This is less innocent sweetheart and more sexy rocker chick!

 2. Classic Monochromatic

For a smart, fresh and refined look, pair your white camisole with white pants, a white blazer, shinny bronze heeled sandals and an elegant necklace. Play with texture, silk, linen or leather and you’ll be sure to be IN! This look is perfect for weddings, graduation or any other smart summer celebration.

3. The Romantique

It’s spring, the sun is finally starting to shine and you’re feeling the summer vibes, but it’s not quite hot enough to slip into shorts and summer dresses just yet. What to do?! Style your white camisole with blue jeans, chunky sandals and a fringed cardigan for a casual yet cool look that’s perfect for everyday wear.

Remember to avoid showing bra straps, as this is a major camisole faux pas! Spaghetti straps are supposed to lie elegantly across your neck and chest area, so any underwear peeking out from beneath will ruin the aesthetic. Wear a strapless bra, nude bandeau or breast stickers instead.

Stuck on how to style yourself this summer? Get in contact with me for a consultation at delphine@delphinegennisson.com.

Credit Photo: Jesse Starr Photography https://twoelkstudios.com/

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