From Kathryn Bernardo's 10 most stylish looks to countless best dressed lists filled with her chic ensembles, the teen queen has established herself as style icon that every girl can definitely look up to! But lately we've noticed that she's found a liking to one specific trend that we're big fans of as well. Kathryn's been making all-white outfits her go-to look lately and we're really loving it! Not only does she pull it off with absolute style, we're also learning a few tips every time she rocks another all white #OOTD. Want to rock your own all white look? Scroll down and learn a few pointers from the stylish teen queen!
1. Make your look interesting by picking textured pieces or items with an interesting pattern like the weave design on the bottom half of Kathryn's white dress.
2. Take chic dressing to a whole new level by sporting a minimalist all-white, belted coordi with strappy heels.
3. The simple details in your white pieces make all the difference–like a criss-cross back strap and pockets.
4. Look ethereal and extra feminine in a white, off-shoulder, lace dress, paired with very minimal accessories. Let your dress do all the talking!
5. Make a statement with a simple, flowy, white gown by wearing your hair up and pairing this look with simple makeup.
6. Sheer details can give your look a more feminine touch even with more structured silhouettes.
7. Make your pleated, semi-sheer, white dress stand out by simply choosing to pair it with plain white or nude accessories.
8. Want to make a statement with minimal effort? Simply slip into an all-white, sleek jumpsuit and you're good to go!
9. Don't be afraid to pair two textured white pieces! Doing so will elevate your look and keep it interesting.
10. A lace long dress is the perfect look that you can instantly take from day to night with the right accessories.
Which look was your favorite? Share your thoughts and comments with us below or tweet us at @candymagdotcom.
This story originally appeared on Candymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Cosmo.ph editors.