That whole "No white after Labor Day" is totally a cliché. I believe in the power of a good pop of color or neutral mixed with creams and milky whites for this season. The idea beyond the “no white after Labor Day” rule first came into the American fashion scene at the turn of the 20th century, according to the Emily Post Institute. Back then, the “summer season was bracketed by Memorial Day and Labor Day,” when city folks would shed their heavily-layered sidewalk frocks for more comfortable and light fabrics at the seaside. If it were up to me, I would wear white all year round.