We’re no longer living in an era of fashion don’ts. Now that informality and comfort are have become style musts, rules seem made for breaking—even the one about not wearing white after Labor Day. It’s one almost everyone’s heard of, even if few follow it to a T, especially considering that we wear cooling white in summer and snowy white in winter. Why not in fall, too? As the seasons change and temperatures cool down, it is time to turn a new page, after all.
Following leads from street style savants, Vogue market editor Anny Choi has suggestions for a wardrobe whiteout from top to toe. You might throw on a long-sleeved white dress and tie a cozy cashmere sweater around your neck; update a print frock with the addition of a dazzling stiletto boot; or pair a chalk-colored bag with a kicky jumpsuit. And while you might have had to reluctantly said good bye to the boys—or girls—of summer, you can hang onto your white jeans all year long.
Long Sleeve Dresses
Originally Appeared on Vogue