The beauty of this look? It seamlessly pulls double-duty from daytime strolling through Charleston’s picturesque neighborhoods to romantic dinner date at Peninsula Grill. A chic bateau neckline, a wide sash, and a flattering A-line drape elevate the little white dress from wardrobe basic to ethereal beauty making it a “must” for travel. The Row dress from Saks Fifth Avenue.
THE NEW ROMANTICS
Minimalist-meets-romantic when an understated white dress is paired with ruffled femininity for a hint of subtle drama. Rupert Sanderson heels from Hampden Clothing, 314 King Street in Charleston.
One luxurious wrap will elevate everything in your wardrobe, from denim to a white dress. Don’t think of it as a solely practical piece; think instant elegance. Tree of Life wrap from Gucci, 132 Market Street in Charleston.
Want to take a white dress from simple to statement-making in less than 30 seconds? Clasp on an oversized, glimmering necklace. The Goldbug Bib is a new twist on the society classics that fill the cases at Croghan’s Jewel Box. Given their provenance as the Charleston jeweler for the past century, these glimmering, handcrafted bugs are destined to be future heirlooms. Goldbug Bib from Croghan’s Jewel Box, 308 King Street in Charleston.
Timeless, refined, and compact enough to fit life’s essentials, a softly-structured top-handle bag in a neutral hue will complement virtually anything in your wardrobe. Vasic handbag from Finicky Filly, 303 King Street in Charleston.
SOFT FOCUS FINISH
Embrace a luminous look—barely there flashes of rose-gold shimmer paired with a silky nude gloss, all perfectly blended and diffused. Tom Ford’s ultra-luxe beauty line is the perfect match for enchanted spring evenings. Tom Ford Beauty from Cos Bar, 201 King Street in Charleston.
Garden party, beach bash, Sunday brunch, boat cruise—no matter the activity, a pair of good sunglasses is always spot on. Chic eyewear is perhaps the easiest way add a sense of interest and intrigue to a white shift dress. Finlay & Co from Ombra Moderno, 194 King Street in Charleston.