Labor Day always signals the end of summery long weekends, trips for ice cream after dusk and bronzed melaninated skin. I will truly miss the summer and the glow that it gifted me, but I digress. While one season dies down another one is birthed, fall.
Fall is a wonderful season of pumpkin spice lattes, boots and sweaters. For generations it also signaled the end of wearing white and all summery clothes. Thus I challenge the old fashion faux pas and am I declaring the new rules of dressing after Labor Day.
1. Wearing white is okay any time of the year. (Just be weary of wearing white when there is slushy snow everywhere.)
2. Wear your summer clothes until it is no longer hot. Or throw a nice cardigan, leggings and riding boots on to transition your summer dresses into fall.