Wearing White After Labor Day + Fall Trends

Hi Ya’ll!  One of the hottest trends this fall is breaking the rule of no white AFTER Labor Day.  This year it is all about wearing white after Labor Day and well into fall.  Wear those white jeans with some booties, a military vest, a light jacket or add a scarf and you will be on trend without having to buy another pair of pants.  I have a feeling wearing white will also start transferring into winter this year as well.

I paired my white/cream off the shoulder dress with a denim jacket for a more seasonal fall look.  Off the shoulder dresses are still huge this season.  You will continue to see plenty of off the shoulder tops and dresses in ripe berry shades, floral prints and high shine materials.  If you do not own a denim jacket, this is a classic staple to any wardrobe.  My denim jacket is from J. Crew and 20% right now!

wearing white after labor day

wearing white after labor day

wearing white after labor dayMy pink cross body bag is a beautiful light pink color and I am loving how I can mix it with the berry shades for fall.  I also love how it contrasts against blacks and browns for a softer fall look.

I love this off the should dress for fall because of the gorgeous lace detailing and cinched in waist.  A huge plus, is that this dress is lined and light enough to layer a jacket or scarf with it.

wearing white after labor day

wearing white after labor day

wearing white after labor day

Outfit Details

Dress c/o SheIn  |  Denim Jacket  25% off with code SHOPSALE |  Booties  |  Monogram Necklace |

Finally, if you are wondering what to buy this fall and are still perplexed by the biggest fall trends, worry no more!  Below I have a list of the biggest fall trends for 2016.

Bold Gold & Metallics

Ripe Berry Shades


Fall Florals

Skirts that Move

The New Bomber

Chokers-Delicate or Daring

Top-Notch/Top-Handle Bags

Adorned Shoes

The Dramatic Eye




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