The other day, my roommate pulled out a pair of white jeans and asked, "Am I OK to wear these now, even though it's before Memorial Day?" I laughed, and then I realized she was serious. Does anyone still follow that old rule that white is only a summer color?
To me, it seems like there really aren't any fashion rules these days. With designers bringing wilder looks to the runway every season (click here to see the craziest looks from Fashion Week), I've seen everything from head-toe-denim to polka dots mixed with plaid. It made me wonder what other old-school fashion rules we're all breaking now. I came up with these five, but tell me, are there any I'm missing?
Rule No. 1: You cannot wear white after Labor Day.
After some extensive research -- OK, a few hours of googling -- I could not find the source of this outdated rule. Some say it started as early as the 1920s, while others swear it's a '60s style that developedRead More »from 5 Fashion Rules You Should Break