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Photos by Rachel Arnhart
Yes, I am wearing white and it’s after labor day. Though some still may cling to old rules such as this, the fashion industry is moving towards a world without rules. However, with that being said… There is a correct way to rock white during the fall and winter.
When transitioning white into a new season, it’s important to focus on the fabrics and the accessories to make your look seasonally appropriate. For instance, you wouldn’t wear a white cotton sundress with flip flops in November. Duh, right?
When styling this white set, I paired it with chocolate brown accessories to warm things up for fall. To tie everything together, I completed the look with a pair of tortoise rimmed sunglasses with red mirrored lenses—one of my favorite purchases from the Nordstrom anniversary sale earlier this month.
What do y’all think about wearing white after labor day? I’ve linked up some other white pieces that I’ve deemed appropriate for fall for you guys to shop down below!
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