Happy Tuesday! I hope you all enjoyed your Memorial Day weekend, spending time with family and friends. Speaking of holidays, and this is totally off topic to this one that just passed, but since I am wearing all-white, I have been thinking about this rule a lot late. Have you heard of the rule about not wearing white after Labor Day? I have never understood it, and I am really curious on who made it up and decided that there should be a cut-off date to wearing a color. As a matter of fact, it makes me want to break it that much more when we get around to it, and although this rule won’t come into effect for another three months or so, I will most definitely be wearing white afterwards. Rules are meant to be broken right? I’m just going to answer my own question and go with “YES”.
I went minimal with this pre-Memorial Day look, because you can never go wrong keeping it nice and simple. I knew I wanted to wear these off-white trousers with the asymmetric hem, and decided to build the rest of my outfit around them. My plain sleeveless t shirt was a good choice for a not-so-obvious choice. Plus, I didn’t want to dress up the pants too much with a formal top, so this combination worked out. I went light on accessorizing with an off-white lace choker, a few rings, and a pair of metallic gold pumps. I liked the way the gold looked with the all white versus going with the obvious white shoe. What do you guys think?
Shoes: Similar here
Choker: Similar here
Rings: Similar here