Wearing White After Labor DayPosted: March 4, 2020 Filed under: Clothes | Tags: black, black chelsea boots, black turtleneck, gray, gray plaid blazer, white, white fleece-lined pants 1 Comment
Out of all the fashion “rules” I’ve heard of, “don’t wear white after Labor Day” is the most idiotic. Not just because it’s elitist bullshit, but also because it makes no sense – for example, if you wear white in March 2020, as I am here, you can say that it’s after Labor Day of 2019, but it’s actually before Labor Day of 2020. So which is it, fashion police? Am I breaking the rule? I know, I know, the actual rule is that you wear white after Memorial Day and before Labor Day, but what about other countries that don’t have those days that clearly mark the beginning and the end of summer? See, it’s just a rule begging to be broken.
P/S: These pants are actually fleece-lined (I brought them for my Russia trip) so I can only wear them in the winter, white or not.
I agree. Which is exactly why I don’t follow these rules. It’s way too confusing for me. 😉 I like your monochromatic look here though. 🙂