Who says you can't wear white after Labor Day??
Rules are no more!
Tips on how to wear white after Labor Day, according to celebrity stylist, Robert Verdi, via:
Overall, Verdi suggusts "[pairing] whites (whether they're jeans, a blazer, a bag) with a silhouette that is decidedly fall, like a navy velvet cigarette pant (that way it will look less summery) or a wool fedora." (Like Khloe Kardashian did below.) "For newly purchased items, choose cream and ivory colored pieces, since they're less jarring, and always opt for white, cream, and ivory-colored items in fall fabrics."
1. A white blazer: "If you're planning on wearing one in the fall, pair it with a black or gray turtleneck and skinny jeans, instead of the loose camisole and shorts you've been wearing it with all summer. This makes it more season-appropriate."
2. White boots: "They're a little risky, but if you're going to wear a pair, you'll want to show them off with a skirt to make them the focus."
3. A white belt: "This accessory mixed in with neutral-colored bottoms and a colorful top offers up a colorblocking effect, which is a very stylish move."
4. White or cream tops: "They're seasonless—always in style."
5. White pants: "These can read the wrong season unless they're in a fall fabric. You wouldn't want to wear a white silk pant in the winter, however you could pair a white denim pant with a suede shoe and that's totally acceptable."
6. White sunglasses and jewelry: "These accessories can feel too summery, but if you're traveling to a balmy location in the dead of winter, by all means wear them. Otherwise, to actually pull off white jewelry in the winter, I suggest wearing an acrylic white cuff over the wrist of a tight burnt orange or teal cashmere sweater—that to me is chic."
Are you one who throws rules out the window? How will you wear white after Labor Day?