9 White Hot Looks You Should Wear After Labor Day (PHOTOS)

9 White Hot Looks You Should Wear After Labor Day (PHOTOS)

wedding dressOk, really serious question here: Do you or don't you believe in wearing white after Labor Day has come and gone? Some nix the hue after the holiday like it's the law -- and you do not mess with the law. Others seem to think the unwritten decree is flexible. They're all yup, my tan faded months ago now STFU and check out my creamy white tee. Ugh. Can't choose? Let me help.

Why not wear white after the three-day weekend? It isn't strictly reserved for bronzed skin and sunkissed faces. Um, hello, snow is white, guys. If Mother Nature can pull off the style (and y'all know she can be a big B) I think we'll be alright to try it too. The color is clean, sophisticated, elegant, and refreshing. Not to mention totally on trend.

But since I'm no expert on the matter (formally, at least), let's put the debate in the hands of nine fabulous fabrics. Spoiler alert! They're all white. So take a peak and get a clue: Wearing white long after Labor Day is classic and lovely.

What's the verdict? Will you wear white after the long three-day weekend is over?




Image via Capt' Gorgeous/ Flickr

 

  • Jeans

    1

    Image via Sears

     

    Truth is, you don't have to give up on white after this weekend is over. Picture how cute these skinny white jeans will look tucked into a pair of riding boots and an oversized denim flannel? Love it, don'tcha?

    Sears, $46.99

  • Long Sleeve Dresses

    2

    Image via Urban Outfitters

    Perfect for the workplace. The sheer sleeves are still light and breezy and the covered up bodice is comfortable and flexible for your workday moves. Pair this white surplice dress with a pair of dark tights a colored pair of pumps and the look easily carries over to after hours.

    Urban Outfitters, $69.00

  • Skirts

    3

    Image via Forever21

     

    If you're a little nervous about going all white, try paneling. The skirt is black on the sides (looks slimming!) but boasts a beautiful, clean white palate in front. Pair it with any dark hue on top a camel-colored flats.

    Forever21, $14.80

  • Plain Tee's

    4

    Image via Urban Outfitters

     

    Simple. That's all there really is to wearing a white tee, right? You can dress it up by tucking it into a pair of dark denim or a floral skirt or you can slip into this tee for an afternoon coffee run.

    Urban Outfitters, $18.00

  • Blazers

    5

    Image via Urban Outfitters

    Take what you heard about blazers only being black (or dark colors) and throw it out the window! Seriously. Just go on, chuck it out the window. A white blazer is chic and perfect for every season.

    Urban Outfitters, $59.00

  • Casual Dresses

    6

    Image via Urban Outfitters

     

    Depending on the vibe of your office space, this dress might be better for a Saturday afternoon stroll. Though it's an off-white shade, just add an oversized denim top and military boots.

    Urban Outfitters, $69.00

     

  • Jackets

    7

    Image via Urban Outfitters

    Whatever your style: faux, real leather, fur, wool -- 'tis the season to have a white coat on hand. It's chic and stylish and the motorcyclist trend is a must-have for fall.

    Urban Outfitters, $98.00

  • Sweaters

    8

    Image via J.Crew

    Maybe don't wear this when you're about to dive into a helping of homemade spaghetti and meatballs, but definitely do wear it over a fitted collared shirt and a pair of skinny jeans. Add a touch of glitz with a printed pair of flats.

    J. Crew, $79.50

  • White Flats

    9

    Image via ALDO Shoes

     

    Not totally white -- but 'bone' is a really hot color this season and designers everywhere are right on the heels of this trend. Here's a recommendation, though: Wear these cute flats early on in the fall season, before rain and mud and dare I say it -- snow! -- can ruin a perfectly good pair of shoes.

    ALDO Shoes, $70.00

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