Look of the day – The Little White Dress as seen on Rihanna, Rosie and Rosamund

Rihanna, On-stage in Monte Carlo, last night

When three very different women are all spotted in a white dress on the same day, you know you’re onto a winner. 
Although 40s tea-dresses, as seen at Bottega Veneta, and Marc Jacobs‘ super stripes and checkerboard checks, were hotly tipped to take the summer by storm, the white dress has been the frock of choice amongst the A-list. 

 Every summer, my white dress is the first piece I reach for and every summer I buy at least 3 more. Much like the LBD, the LWD can come in many guises; there’s one to suit every personality.

Rihanna, the ultimate pop provocateur wore a blazer style halter dress, with satin over-the-knee black boots, and a pendant with a statement necklace on top. 
Rih Rih matched her signature long and rounded red nails, with a matte deep red lip and side-parted, dishevelled up-do. 

Rosie Huntington-Whitely, on the pink carpet, at the ModelCo dinner in Australia, last night

Sex symbol Rosie, whose life in L.A is clearly agreeing with her, showed off her toned and tanned body in a white bandeau crop top and maxi-skirt with cut-outs at the hip, all seemingly tied together with a fine chain. 
To add to the air of insouciance, Rosie opted for a punchy pink lip, a sweep of eyeliner, and beachy waves effortlessly swept over into a sidey; So effortless, that she didn’t even paint her toes.

Rosamund Pike, at The World’s End premiere in London, last night
 Rosamund Pike further reinforces the point that the LWD really is for everyone. The English rose who  always looks demure, maintained her poise in a collared knee-length white dress and T-Bar dual-pink sandals. Rosamund teamed her sandals with a soft pink blusher and a pink bra poking through the front panel dress; Ooh Rosamund you saucy thing.

Jamila x



Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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