We couldn't agree more, Kate.
When the first Monday in September became a federal holiday in 1894 it also became the symbolic end of summer. Its long-held tradition of rotating summer whites and panama hats for wooly tweeds and cable knit sweaters was, in large part, classist. Wearing white after Labor Day telegraphed the means to vacation year round, making the color a hallmark of class divide between the affluent and, well, everyone else.
Oh how times have changed! Now an era of inclusion-and-empowerment-for-all, we celebrate EveryBody wearing white after Labor Day. Rules were meant to be broken! After all, why miss all the fun?
Elizabeth Kosich, Founder
The EveryBody Wrap®