Sep 6, 2016

Wearing White After Labor Day

I happen to be in love with white cute shirts, especially with adorable details like this. The best part about this shirt is it's perfect for fall weather, especially when it's already September and still in the mid 80's here in Atlanta! Phew! Creating cute outfits with plain shirts are always fun for me to dress up or down and scarves are a great go to for that! This scarf is a great pop of color and adds just the right touch to complete this casual outfit.

Alright so I get that fun saying that says you can't wear white after Labor Day but that just means not wearing white pants right? ;) I'm pretty sure this shirt will be a staple for a while ( and praying I don't spill anything on it too..I'm notorious for always spilling something when I have white on. Anyone else? )
Speaking of Labor Day, we had a super low key one which was perfect for us. Considering we have plans every weekend of this month including Zach's big Dragon Boat race with his co-workers, a wedding for me in Minnesota and then we take off for Europe the last weekend, I'd say we need a little R&R before life gets crazy! Time with my little family is exactly how I love to spend long weekends anyways.

What were your Labor Day plans?
Do you follow "no white after Labor Day?" trend? 
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4 comments:

  1. Wow September is a busy month for you! Love that scarf :)

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  2. OMG I LOOOVE that scarf so much! Seriously gorgeous!! I don't follow this white after labor day rule... especially since I just got the most perfect pair of white jeans that I can't give up wearing just yet, hahaha.

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  3. I'm like Chelsea, I'm totally going to rock my white jeans after fall. I'm loving that scarf, it looks so lightweight and perfect for this time of year. :)

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  4. I'm so with you! I don't ever follow the no white after labor day rule. I live in FL so it feels like summer all year long!

    Kenzie
    http://simplyjandk.com

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