Why NOT wear white after Labor Day?
A penny for for your thoughts. Figuratively, of course.
I'd have to look it up to find out how that all started, but I think it's one those silly things someone came up with. Then again, it makes a little sense not to wear white if it's muddy or slushy outside. But that applies to any time of the year. So here's another question. If we shouldn't wear white after Labor Day, when do we start wearing it again? I've never heard that rule.
Hello, Sheilamyers! Yeah, I've always thought it to be a silly rule myself. But you have brought up a good question! I've never thought of that, and I've never heard an answer to it either. It made me laugh.
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