To me fashion is an art, and like many arts, people tend to place rules and regulations on them. Rules are interesting and I think they make sense in some cases. Writing for example needs grammatical rules set in place simply so that readers can understand what you’re saying.
But, putting rules on visual arts like painting, sculpting, etc. was always interesting to me. Take, the system people use to rate good vs. bad art. During Rembrandt-ian time (1640s), if you painted realistically, then you were considered a gifted painter. Fast forward to Picasso (1937), who was celebrated for the complete opposite: abstract paintings and furthermore, Duchamp’s literal depiction of a urinal (1917) changed the course of visual art. These rules set in place for acceptable and unacceptable works are clearly ever-changing. So, instead of always going with the times why not just dress for yourself amidst the rules?
FASHION RULE: DON’T WEAR WHITE AFTER LABOR DAY.
Please, take note…
Labor Day: 9/04/17 \\ Today: 9/16/17
Rounded Mirror shades: here ||Gold Arrow Earrings: here || Gold Palm Tree Necklace: similar here and Pineapple version here ||Sheer White Linen Shirt: similar here and here || White Bralette: similar here || White High-wasited Shorts: here || White Slides: affordable here and dreaming here
*All photos by Andrea Camaliche!