3 Affordable White Outfits You'll Want to Wear This Summer

While I wear white all year long, summer is my favorite season to show off my white outfits. So I thought I share a few with you today. The best part about all of these? They are incredibly affordable!



#1 Solid Cami Top & Flounce Hem Pants Set. I love this set for summer! I love the flowy lightweight silky smooth material. Yes, it is see-through but it's lined as you see in the picture. I would recommend wearing nude color undergarments. I am wearing a Small. I am 5''4' and the pants are a bit long for me, but with wedge sandals or heels they will work great.

Very elegant and super flattering. You will be sure to receive A LOT of compliments.

The set is only $24!! No brainer for the quality!



#2 Horsebit shorts with side pockets with a white polka dot cropped top. Okay, I will be honest - I am biased. I have been living in these shorts and I will not stop talking about them. They are absolutely amazing! The quality is exceptional! Gucci sells similar shorts for $1,200, but you can get these for only $42.90 :) Yes, even for shorts I sometimes don't want to spend more than $20, but, trust me, these are worth every penny! They are lined, the material feels and looks very expensive. You can dress them up or down.

Style with this cropped top (only $10!) or if you are not feeling like showing off your tummy, here are some other white top options - tiered ruffle crochet mock neck sleeveless top; sheered ruffle slit sleeves top; off shoulder fitted top




#3 Lantern Sleeve Surplice Neck Crop Top & Shirred Waist Skirt Set

This outfit would be great for a beach vacation. It is super lightweight, you feel like you are wearing nothing. The skirt is see-through, so nude color panties are a must. The top might require an additional way to secure not to show too much cleavage, but it depends on your bust size.

The set is only $22! Style with braided sandals (braided shoes are very popular this season)

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