Not that red is my thing, but with a good pair of skinny khaki jeans to serve as the fall/winter denim jeans version of the LBD, I am suddenly all over red like white on rice. And if I’m not in the crimson mood, fall’s olive and gray tones will blend perfectly in a snap.
I’ve talked about why we should wear white jeans after Labor Day before, and it seems even more socially acceptable now, thanks to the latest white-featured presentations from the runways. So I will start all over and label this reason #1: it’s okay to wear white jeans after Labor Day because it’s fashionable. Now don’t be calling Isabel Marant a liar!
— Kathy Ng Hassan
Why Wouldn’t You Wear White After Labor Day?
August 27, 2010 6:51 am
Once, only the brave wore white after the first weekend in September (and by brave we mean French and/or those in possession of a generous dry-cleaning budget). But that old edict hasn’t really applied for a while, and judging by Fall collections from the likes of Thakoon Panichgul and Gucci’s Frida Giannini, a pair of white pants is now a winter wardrobe essential. According to Jill Stuart, though, the shade’s prominence has less to do with breaking rules than harmonizing palettes.
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