|Earrings | Sweater (similar HERE) | Jeans | Sunglasses (similar HERE)
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Back in the early nineteen hundreds- the Summer was bracketed by Memorial Day and Labor Day. Society flocked in hundreds from town house to seaside “cottage” or mountain “cabin” to escape the heat. City clothes were left behind for lighter, whiter summer clothes. Come Fall… when everyone would return to the City, summer clothes were put away and more formal clothes came out for the Holidays. Suddenly, it became “NO WHITE after Labor Day” and it stuck! Of course you can wear WHITE after Labor Day says Emily Post. She says it makes perfect sense if you’re in warmer climates. Even in the dead of Winter in Northern New England, it’s fashionable to wear white wools, cashmeres and down parkas. Don’t be shy about rockin’ your whites after Labor Day!