7 Ways to Wear White after Labor Day

Labor Day is upon us which means every female is dreading the can I wear white after labor day decision. Wearing white after Labor Day is said to be a faux pas, but frankly I am a rebel so my vote is, as long as you want to wear white, throw the rules out the window and show off that white jeans you got at the end of summer sale. I won’t judge you,  and if anyone ask why you’re wearing white after labor day, tell them I said it’s okay. Seriously though, direct them to this Time magazine article, that explains where the rule came from and why it’s no longer a thing. Here are seven ways you can wear white after labor day using some of the top 2015 fall trends.

7 Ways to Wear White after Labor Day

1. Think casual chic while sporting two of fall 2015 emerging trend, flare pants and chunky knits.
flare pants-chunky top

Get the look: Chunky Sweater, $39; Flared Jeans, $198;  Zara Pointed Heels, $49.50

2. Another 2015 fall trend, duster coat and winter cream, aka winter white.
turtle neck-winter whiteGet the look: J.Crew Jeans, $60 ; Asos Turtleneck, $95; Duster Coat, $60; Textured Slip On, $34.99

3. Apprehensive about an all white look, try a white patterned pant, incorporate fall must-have fringe, you can elevate the look by adding an unexpected  color.

patterne white - color access

Get the look: Checkered Trouser, $24; Flute Sleeve Top, $32; Patent Loafers, $25.00; Leather Wallet, $45

4. Fancy up your work wardrobe by wearing two of fall’s hottest trends – mixed-leather sandals (white) and cashmere rose.

marsala-mixed leather
Get the look: Belted Dress, $255 ; Crossbody Bag, $89; T-Strap Sandal, $43

5. For a date night with hubby, try  head-to-toe white with an hint of gold, it offers minimum effort with maximum result.

Get the look: Hunkydory Cardigan, $79.50; Pleat Skirt, $45; Statement Necklace, $87.50; Embellished Clutch, $60.00;  Pointed Pumps, $34

6. Try a white jeans with 2015 fall trend gingham and plaid shirt

white and animal print

Get the look: Bandeau Jumpsuit, $63.00; Cape Sleeve Jacket, $45; Layered Necklace, $10.50; Leopard Clutch, $288.00;  Pointed Pumps, $49.90

7. Try a white jeans with 2015 fall trend gingham and plaid shirt

Wear White after Labor Day - white and plaidGet the look: Distress Jeans, $58; Plaid Flannel Shirt, $25; or Sanctuary Boyfriend Shirt, $79; VIONIC Ankle Boot, $79.

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8 responses to “7 Ways to Wear White after Labor Day”

  1. Nicole Kim The Blogger Avatar
    Nicole Kim The Blogger

    My favorite picks from this share are the patterned pants, the blue jumpsuit and the leopard print clutch. Prints and patterned designs are so in right now. At Stein Mart, we share so many great brands that are showing off this look. Even Peck & Peck is getting on board with it and jumpsuits are such a great way to dress up or show off some casual style, depending on shoe choice. Then of course, the right purse can make fashion more edgy which is the case with the leopard print or animal print clutch. Thanks for this share. I really like it!

  2. A real girl wears white whenever she feels like it. Love that second look!

  3. I love a great jumpsuit. The blue one on here is perfect for me, and now I know what I can wear with it! Thanks for the “wear white after Labor Day” tips.

  4. I love that duster coat and the blue jumpsuit. Blue is my color!

  5. I don’t know, maybe I’m too traditional. I just packed up all my white jeans and pants. I like winter white, but not until winter. I do have to scrub white pants so much that I appreciate the break!!!

  6. Thanks for all the great ideas! I never did like that rule. I always thought “they” can’t tell me when to wear my super cute white clothes. I love the white jeans!

  7. Julie Wood Avatar
    Julie Wood

    I love your ideas on how to wear white! I like wearing my white t-shirt with my jeans and a colorful scarf. I have one pair of nice white jeans that I wear with my black top!

  8. Dorothy Boucher Avatar
    Dorothy Boucher

    I love the different styles you have here, and I don’t mind wearing white over the winter as long as its not too much white, more pops of color here and there.

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