You know what they say about women who wear white pants… They are fashion risk-takers!

That's right—what may look like a simple closet staple is actually quite difficult to wear for most women. White pants can be incredibly unforgiving when it comes fit, showing every curve or lack thereof.

Well, it's time to embrace the fear—because we're looking to the celebs for encouragement. Sure, these stars aren't the "average"-sized woman, but they do offer some styling tricks that might work wonders for your body type.

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5 Days, 5 Ways: White Pants

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How do you make white sweats fashionable? Pair it with a tailored button-down or oxford shirt like Kristen Stewart. It's at both times polished and urban, giving you the perfect excuse to wear sweats to work.

5 Days, 5 Ways: White Pants

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A jumpsuit is already intimidating enough to wear, but a white iteration? You can do it! Just create the illusion of a more slender midsection with side cutouts and a high-waist bottom half.

5 Days, 5 Ways: White Pants

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Like Kristen, Cate Blanchett knows how to avoid the unforgiving fit issue—she keeps her pants on the slouchy side and opts for a structured top and blazer to balance it out. To keep her pants from veering into potato couch territory, she rolled up the leg bottoms for a more fitted, preppy look.

5 Days, 5 Ways: White Pants

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Silk. White. Pants—three words we never thought we would utter together. But Khloe Kardashian proves that a high-waist, perfectly tailored iteration can work as long as you apply the same thought to the whole outfit. Go monochrome or go home—and be wary of messy foods. Just don't opt for skinny-leg silhouettes!

5 Days, 5 Ways: White Pants

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There's not a Cali girl around that doesn't like distressed or ripped denim. However, to elevate the look à la Jaime King, mix and match with different textures on top for a subtle but interesting contrast.

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