15 White Pieces To Wear After Labor Day, Because Nobody Tells Us What To Do

Time for an inconvenient truth: Labor Day is imminent. While a day of no work, frankly irresponsible amounts of food, and a last-minute attempt to get a tan should be met with joy, it's sullied by a notorious style rule: Yes, I'm talking about the "don't wear white after Labor Day" adage, largely perpetuated by grandmas and advice columnists. But here at Refinery29, we're fans of a different style tenant: fuck the fashion rules.

The official end of summer is already a downer — do we really need to make it worse by limiting our closets (and personal expression) because of some outdated statement? Plus, as our planet slowly roasts like a rotisserie chicken under an ever-increasing quantity greenhouse gases, early September is feeling less and less like fall. Throw in the fact that winter white is officially a thing and we're in color rebellion business.

Ahead, we've rounded up 15 pieces to consider adding to your wardrobe — today, tomorrow, or even (faux gasp!) after Labor Day.

Staud Mango Jumpsuit, $205 $143.50, available at Staud.
Free People Ottoman Slouchy Tunic, $148, available at Nordstrom.
Little Liffner Square Ring Pouch in Shearling, $540, available at Need Supply.
Calvin Klein 205W39NYC Roll-neck Long-sleeved Cotton Top, $272, available at MatchesFashion.com.
Lorod Cropped Jacket, $595, available at Opening Ceremony.
Rachel Comey Ticklers Pant, $393 $237, available at Garmentory.
Tibi Zip-detailed Wool-blend Midi Dress, $695, available at Net-A-Porter.
Nike Classic Cortez 15 Nylon, $70, available at Nike.
Madewell Retro Crop Bootcut Jeans, $135, available at Madewell.
Baggu Small Canvas Circle Purse, $45, available at Baggu.
Wilfred Free Kristen T-shirt, $45, available at Aritzia.
UNIF Moxie Heart, $115, available at UNIF.
Zara Top with Contrasting Piping, $35.90, available at Zara.
Everlane The Wide Leg Crop Pant, $68, available at Everlane.
Paloma Wool Daphne, $165, available at Paloma Wool.
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