How To Wear White After Labor Day
In our opinion fashion rules are meant to be broken, which is why we’re big supporters of boldly busting out sequins in broad daylight and mixing prints with wild abandon (stripes and florals? Yes, please! Plaids and patterns? Why not?). The same theory applies to wearing white after Labor Day. The archaic notion of stashing away your white pieces the moment the air begins to cool is as outdated as Hypercolor T-shirts.
That said, there are a few tried-and-true guidelines to pulling off creamy hues in the fall and winter: Linen, seersucker and lightweight cotton are synonymous with summer and should therefore be relegated to the hottest months—they feel out of place and impractical during the rest of the year. Instead, opt for heavier textured fabrics (think cashmere, wool and twill) to keep your look seasonally appropriate. Here, 3 white-hot outfit ideas you can rock throughout autumn and beyond.
Emmanuelle Alt’s easy ensemble is proof positive that white jeans have earned their place in the wardrobe-staple hall of fame. An oversized chambray top and minimal accessories catapult the look into classic territory.
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A single white piece is all it takes to break up an otherwise monochromatic outfit. Plus, a moto jacket in any color other than the expected black feels unexpected and fresh.
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Laugh in the face of conformity by embracing head-to-toe white—shoes included—for a truly statement-making effect. The slouchy silhouette is extra forgiving, so go ahead and swap that T-shirt for a bulkier knit to combat the cold.