Will you wear white after Labor Day? | The Tylt

Will you wear white after Labor Day?

It's a commonly known "rule" that you are not supposed to wear white after Labor Day. Labor Day became a national holiday in 1894, and today denotes the end of summer. The "rule" stems from high-society types that declared wearing white at dinner parties in the summer uncouth. Today, this has become the dictate not to wear white after Labor Day. The rule is arbitrary, but not following it is now seen as disrespectful to the labor movement, how ironic. So, will you wear white after Labor Day?

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Will you wear white after Labor Day?
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Some background on where the rule comes from.
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This rule is stupid. Don't follow stupid rules.
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It's a rule to remind you that the seasons have changed and so should your wardrobe.
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Embrace your inner renegade.
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The rule isn't arbitrary, it's about how clothes and weather interact. Wear it while you can, because you shouldn't wear white as it starts to get cold, and Labor Day is the end of summer.
FINAL RESULTS
Culture
Will you wear white after Labor Day?
#DontWearWhite
A festive crown for the winner
#WearWhiteOutOfSpite