Old saying goes… Don’t wear white after Labor Day. I don’t think our generation really cares for old sayings. I’m just saying. It started when a group of upper class women decided to make an set of rules on fashion back in the late 1800s and early 1900s. It then of course spreaded and became a staple along with making Labor Day the end of summer fashion. It is said that wearing white helps keeps you cooler so of course with fall on the rise wearing white wouldn’t benefit you… right? It’s 014 and we say bump the rules…. fashion is fashion. White winter parties and fluffy white furs with sparkling jewels make winter fashionable. So don’t listen t your grandma when you walk out the house wearing all white in the fall or winter.