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I never understood why your not supposed to wear white after labor day . Why are you not suppose to ?

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White was supposed to be strictly a "summer" color. The snobs believed "one simply doesn't wear white after Labor Day. Summer is over then." My parents said as long as your clothes are clean and decent, and the colors don't make your eyes hurt, wear what you want.

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I never wear white...not because of "tradition" but because I just don't want to. >.<

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Suzie17

I break the rules. The minute I let some snob tell me what I can and can't wear.... It's suppose to be light colors for spring and summer, dark for fall and winter. I say who cares? If they do they need to get a life.

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Gotta watch out for the clothes police hahaha!!
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because its kinda like paying your respect to the working class.

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It used to be considered a fashion faux pas, like wearing socks with sandals or cowboy boots with Bermuda shorts but the fashion police have moved on from that now.

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I still agree with the no socks and sandals hahaha! Just kidding... Kinda...
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It's an outdated old fashion rule, it doesn't apply to this century. Sane people don't care.Wear what you like.

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pennypodjr

Because white is a boring color
NEED TO SPICE UP THEM APPLES!

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