The Real Reason You Can't Wear White After Labor Day - And How to Break the Rule
It turns out that the origin of this peculiar fashion faux paus actually began in the early 1900s when wearing white meant that you were not only fashionable AF, but rich enough to buy clothing that made you sweat as little as possible in the scorching summer sun. After the Depression, however, the poor - who couldn't afford white before - began to make enough money to become the infamous "suburban middle-class," which meant that they could finally afford to strut their stuff in white as well. Enter the "no white after Labor Day" rule. If you were in-the-know, you followed it. If you didn't, you were clearly not upper class. And while we little people are still fixated on the colors and patterns that the rich and famous wear today, (I mean, we ALL still tune into E! Fashion Police), it's safe to say that the whole "no-white after Labor Day" thing runs in very few circles nowadays.
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