Shoes by Bucketfeet (c/0) Ring by secondDaughter (loaned) Dress by J. Crew Purse by Clare V Choker by Zara
Gone are the days when white can’t be worn after Labor Day and this is one way I plan to wear white. Wearing a crisp cotton white dress will be perfect for the temperatures this weekend and beyond, but adding fall trends and textures moving forward will be key to staying seasonally appropriate. Leopard prints, chokers and skate style shoes are all on-trend for fall and allow this dress to stay fashionably relevant. A white cotton dress will eventually phase out, but I won’t stop wearing white. What also won’t phase out are my amazing and comfortable Bucketfeet shoes from their studio in Shaw.
Politiquette Tip: White can be worn after Labor Day.
Photo Information: Photos taken by Anna Meyer at the Bucketfeet Studio in Shaw and in front of the MasPaz mural for Bucketfeet.
*Thank you to Bucketfeet for partnering on this post.
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Dress by Lisa Marie Fernandez Bag by Cuyana Shoes by Maryam Nassir Zadeh Bracelet by Miansai
The final days of summer mean the last days of wearing materials like seersucker, well at least in DC. I know the weather will still be warm throughout September, but there are certain material and looks you should retire after Labor Day; seersucker, linen and really anything fabric that makes you think island getaway should be put in storage for the year. The good news is that the rules of fashion have changed dramatically and you can wear most things year round now, including white. I will show you in my upcoming post how I plan to wear white throughout September.
Politiquette Tip: Labor Day does mean retiring too many things, but seersucker, linen and island prints need to be put in storage.
Photo Information: Photos taken by Anna Meyer in front of The Columbus Fountain at Union Station.
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