How to Wear White After Labor Day

I'm a product of the South. I grew up with magnolia trees, sweet tea, pecan pie, and white shoes on Easter morning... but there was always a rule: White is for Easter to Labor Day, but not after. And as much as I LOVE fashion and making my own rules, until only recently I would hear my sweet mama in my ear every time I tried to sneak a pair of white jeans in the fall. But ladies, hear me loud and clear: You can wear white ANY TIME YOU WANT! - keep reading! We'll show you how!

We all know how hard it can be to dress in early fall... You need a sweater in the mornings and evenings, but it can be OH so hot in mid-afternoon. Try your favorite sleeveless print blouse with some white jeans, and front tuck a lightweight, neutral cardigan. You lose the bulk that a short sleeved (or even long sleeved) blouse would give, and you instantly elevate what would be a darling summer outfit to one that's perfect for these transitional days of early fall.

We are LOVING these distressed white jeans with a lightweight fall sweater. Add a great belt, and you're all set! The gorgeous fall color of this @cabiclothing sweater instantly takes us into the days of pumpkin spiced lattes. Sweaters and white do go together! Give it a try!

Who doesn't love a great denim shirt!? Denim with white is one of our favorite looks for fall! Add a great leopard belt and maybe some fun sneakers to complete the look. The deep color of this denim lets us know that summer is definitely in the rear view mirror. As the days cool off even more, we'd LOVE an oversized sweater with this outfit!

Last but most definitely not least - add some fur and booties! We are loving this monochromatic "column" base, with the gorgeous color and texture that we all associate with cooler temps. No one will wonder if it's spring... this is a great fall look all day long!

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