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“The best color in the whole world is the one that looks good on you.”

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Coco Chanel, the maker of the iconic little black dress, is often credited for breaking with custom of not wearing white after Labor Day by sporting her equally iconic white suit year round. More:

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The tradition of not wearing white after Labor Day reportedly started in the late 1800s, when the upper class would “summer” out of the city, wearing white to keep cool in the hot weather. Those who could afford white clothes (and seasonal wardrobes) created the faux paus of wearing white in the Fall, when many would return to the city, where the masses wore darker, more durable clothes, for work.

Why Can’t You Wear White After Labor Day?

Why We Can’t Wear White After Labor Day