The “no white after Labor Day” rule is so BEYOND dated. I just have to stop wearing white for roughly 8 months out of the year? Give me a freaking break. If I want to wear white, you better believe I’m going to wear white.
That being said not all white pieces are created equal though. For example, it’s not exactly appropriate to wear white crochet wedges in December. If we’re being honest I don’t think white crochet wedges are appropriate EVER, but that’s an entirely separate conversation we can have on another day. Fabrics play a huge role in season, so go ahead and pack away your linen for the next several months.
I paired this long-sleeved chiffon shirt by The Kooples with a super light-wash boyfriend jean for a more monochromatic look. To keep it more “winter-y” and just my personal aesthetic in general, I threw on my leather moto jacket and some classic leather pointed-toe booties. The leather gives it some edge and darkens it up a bit.
What do you guys think about wearing white after Labor Day? Let me know in the comments!
Moto Jacket by Zara; Blouse by The Kooples; Jeans by Ann Taylor Loft; Booties by Report; Black choker (custom) by Loretta Logun; Sunnies by Dolce & Gabbana
For more on my favorite winter fashion, check out this post on styling turtlenecks!
Photography by Allison Love.