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Jovani's Tips for How to Wear a White Dress

Ladies are encouraged to wear white dresses, but they should pay heed to Jovani's classic white dress tips.

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Many women think the only way they can get away with wearing white after Labor Day is if it's her most special day and she is wearing something truly amazing like one of Jovani's stunning wedding dresses. However, the high-end dress designer says ladies can still get away with wearing white dresses after the September holiday, even if marriage is the furthest thing from her mind! Here are a few tips on how to choose the right white for you:

Right Shade
Select the right shade of white dress for you. In general, the darker you are in skin tone, the darker the shade of white that will best suit you. Pale skin shades will look best in bright white shades, whereas dark skin will be better suited in off whites or creams.

Add Undergarment(s)
For white dresses that are see-through, for obvious reasons it's best to either wear a white or nude slip, or appropriately modest bra and panties underneath. For those who dare to dress a tad more edgy, they can wear a black, neon-colored or hot pink undergarments.

Add Color
The beauty of wearing white is that you have free rein when it comes to teaming it with color. If you want to make more of a statement, match up your little white dress with some bright colors: reds, blues, or pinks. Pair your white dress with a brightly colored handbag, or shoes for a fun pop of color that will draw attention! Make sure to use color sparingly though, because whatever colors you wear will really stand out with your white dress, so remember, less is more.

Add Bling
A white dress will look even more striking if you add some sparkle! Glamorous silver and gold accessories will pop even more against a white canvas. Wear sparkling statement jewelry or glittery pumps to add a bit of pizzazz to your white dress. Pair your white dress with some color tinted metallic accessories for a more modern look.

Add Black
To add class and sophistication, pair up your little white dress with some black. Match your dress with a black clutch and some black pumps -- perfect for a black and white ball. Wearing blacks and whites is also a great way to make the colors of your body pop, such as your eye color, skin color, and hair color!

Many of Jovani's white dresses require no accessorizing! Just slip on a luxurious white dress featuring silver or gold beading and a sweetheart neckline and you're ready to step out in style! You can visit the Jovani website at www.Jovani.com right now to see what's in style, who's wearing Jovani, and what makes Jovani dresses and gowns truly exceptional fashion statements.

Jovani also has active social media accounts, found throughout the web with the handle "JovaniFashions" on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest, Blogger, and Instagram; "JFashiongrl" on YouTube, and "Jovani Fashions" on VK, LinkedIn, Google+. For more information, contact [email protected]. Look like a celebrity this summer, get a Jovani now!

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