The ongoing and timeless question that every woman asks at one point in her life is; is it okay if I wear white in between Labor Day and Memorial Day?
So unfortunate that for so many years women have passed up the most gorgeous and classic or cute and trendy outfits because they were adhering to this old wives’ tale.
Fortunately now it is widely known that it is perfectly acceptable to wear white in between Labor Day and Memorial Day.
In fact it is not the color of the wardrobe rather it is the fabric of the wardrobe that one should be concerned about during the fall and winter months.
If you think about it, wearing summer linens in January is inappropriate if you are living in the Midwest no matter what color they are. Likewise, wearing wool dress pants in July is inappropriate across the continental United States regardless of how ‘springy’ the color is.
Taking this knowledge, know that it is perfectly acceptable to wear white during the winter months assuming it is of appropriate fabric such as wool. So the next time you’re debating whether or not to wear those killer white trouser pants because it is 5 degrees and snowing outside, remember it’s not the color to be concerned about; it’s the fabric.