After Labor Day Weekend, I still hear that famous old fashion rule, “No white after Labor Day”… People still believe in that rule? I thought the fashion world broke that rule in year 2006. I personally do not like this rule because I believe fashion should not have rules; fashion is a creative way to express oneself through the power of clothes.
So how did this rule come into play? Centuries ago, air conditioning was non-existent; so wearing white, which is a lighter weight, helped people stay cool during the summer. Labor Day Weekend represents the end of summer and going back to work; it also means an entire new look with a new wardrobe and a different color scheme. And thus, the rule was born (via. Time).
If you must know, these are the reasons why I still wear white after Labor Day:
- A white top makes my skin completion look tan.
- Where I am from, it does not get cold until late October.
- If I am not wearing the color white, I am wearing the color black or other neutral colors.
- I like wearing the color white.
Do you wear white after Labor Day? I am obsessed with the white on white trend, are you? If you love this trend as much as I do, let me know below and show me your white on white outfits after Labor Day. Thanks for reading everyone, have a good Saturday!
- Dress: Stella Laguna
- Purse: Zara
- Shoes: Birkenstocks
- Necklace: local boutique
- Sunglasses: local boutique