Why can't I wear white after labor day? Why do we still follow antiquated societal standards? When did we decide that LABOR DAY was the end of summer? By gosh, these are the times of global warming! Summer doesn't end in August anymore! The first day of fall isn't even until September 22nd! I will wear white until the day it pleases me not to! Does anybody still follow this ridiculous rule? As far as I can tell, it doesn't look like it. Time magazine had a pretty interesting article on the tradition, thank goodness because we're not here to debate this tradition: we're here to wear white. After Labor Day. I know, we're positively scandalous.
One weekend (last year) shortly after Labor Day, I grabbed a couple willing girlfriends and dragged them down to the bougie and v. aesthetically pleasing Worth Avenue on the island of Palm Beach to take fabulous, silly pictures. If you're not local or bougie, you might have never heard of Worth Avenue, but it's the SoFlo equivalent of Rodeo Drive. Now you know. Without further ado, here is our very serious fashion shoot.