The History Behind The “No White After Labor Day” Rule And Why You Do Not Need To Follow It

White, on the other hand, was considered a leisurely and privileged way of dress.

Moreover, wearing white also signaled that you did not have to work– because, after all, anything ivory or cream-colored would become filthy by the end of a labor-filled day.

In turn, if you have been wondering why so much of your wardrobe has to be sequestered away every fall season, it is simply because of an old, classist rule.

And now, in 2022, there is absolutely no reason why anyone should continue following it. So, if you have a favorite cream midi skirt or some ivory jeans that are to die for, don’t conform to old fashion faux pas.

Wear the pieces over Labor Day weekend and even rock them into the winter months.

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