How To Wear White After Labor Day

I think it's safe to say that not too many people in the fashion circle still subscribe to the rule of not wearing white after Labor Day. The all white monochromatic look has become almost as ubiquitous as head-to-toe black, almost. But I still think the average Jane is a little hesitant when it comes to the all white everything look. Most women have a white sweater and white pants in their closets, but bulk on pairing them together because perhaps the tones aren't exactly on. That is perfectly acceptable, add a belt to break it up or top it with a camel blazer to add another dimension. When faced with the challenge of what shoe to wear with a winter white look, a nude heel or bootie would be perfect, or a light or white fashion sneaker if the look is more casual and animal print if you want to make a statement. 

Here are 5 white after Labor Day looks to inspire you to try it out. 


Simple Spring Look

As we pack up to make the big move, I am forced to do a try capsule wardrobe for the next few months. If you've been following along on Instagram, you may already know I've been honing my look and editing accordingly. Since closet space will be very very limited until we get a space of our own, I can only bring the absolute essentials. However I will be meeting up with fellow creatives, for which this is the perfect outfit, I will be working from home, hello leggings, and I will be going on interviews, definitely need some heels. I've got a post coming up all about the look I'm going for and how I'm approaching narrowing it down to about 50 pieces (not including workout gear). For now, a spring look that will be on repeat all season long! 

All white for Spring
All white for Spring
All white for Spring

culottes: H&M / shirt: men's H&M (similar) / belt: Gucci / sunnies: Target / bag: Zara (similar) / shoes: M4DE