We don’t know who needs to hear this, but, yes, you can wear white after Labor Day. White blazers are a wardrobe staple and with so many winter-white denim trends, why are we still asking if it’s okay to wear the hue after Labor Day? Whether you opt for winter white, cream, or crisp nautical white, there’s no reason to pack away your whites once fall arrives.


In the early 1900s, not wearing white after Labor Day was a firm rule among the wealthy who regarded it as a symbol of refinement. This “rule” was started according to the vacationing schedule of the elite, when white was considered only proper for summer vacation attire. The rule was less about what was worn and more about who was wearing the clothing.

Does the Rule Still Apply?

Thankfully, this fashion rule has become outdated. It is safe to say that white can be worn at any time of the year. Today, we’ve pulled together 4 fashionable looks to showcase how to style white post-Labor Day and transition them into early fall. Take a look!

1. Warm Neutrals

Accent your whites with warm rich fall hues such as tobacco browns and camels. Animal prints are also fantastic layered with white and add another fun dimension to an otherwise very neutral palette. Neutrals and deep hues (e.g., black, navy, rust, even mustard yellow) work really well and balance out the summer-y look that white jeans can often bring to an outfit.

According to Gen Z TikTokers, middle parts and wide leg jeans are “in” and skinny jeans are officially O-V-E-R. While we think skinny jeans will truly never die, nor do we want them to (justice for skinny jeans!), wide leg jeans do have their advantages. Between their figure-flattering silhouette and relaxed fit, what’s not to love? Not to mention, the roomy denim makes transitioning from quarantine dressing even easier. We understand that wide leg jeans can be intimidating if you're not used to wearing them, so today we’re sharing a few tips and tricks on how to style the modern and exciting denim trend.

Congrats, you landed the interview of your dream job! Whether it’s in-person or via zoom, there are a few things to keep in mind to put your best foot forward. Most important? Show up on time, prepare your elevator pitch, and exude confidence- that’s where we come in! Our stylist, Chelsea D., is sharing 3 looks to help inspire your next interview outfit. Whether you're seeking a job in a creative environment or crunching numbers, she’s got you covered. Keep scrolling for interview outfit ideas that will impress your potential new boss!

As a stylist, I have come to understand that it really is all in the details. There are a few tips and tricks which can instantly elevate your everyday outfits. A basic tee and jeans, for example, can easily transform into an effortlessly chic look with a few simple styling touches that have major impact! If you've resolved to improve your personal style in the new year, keep scrolling for 4 easy ways to look stylish in 2021.

As a Senior Buyer for Front Door Fashion, you can imagine my favorite place to start for New Year goals is my closet! Is there anything better than starting the new year with a fresh, organized wardrobe? The first thing to do to accomplish this is to start with a capsule wardrobe. It's a concept that many women are unfamiliar with, but it can make a huge difference when getting dressed every morning! A capsule consists of core items that mix-and-match together as well as work with trendier items purchased throughout the years. It should contain of a variety of silhouettes and have a cohesive color palette. Think jeans, blazers, and t-shirts in colors that work with each other. To help you establish this year's “new you” I have listed the key items to help you build your capsule wardrobe. I hope these help you start the New Year on the right foot, and of course, your stylist is always here to help!

Ah, the new year - the time we make resolutions that may be difficult to keep, but we have good intentions when making them, right? While eating clean and going to the gym might be more difficult resolutions for some of us to keep, we've got a resolution for you that is easy...particularly with your Front Door Fashion stylist's help.

Today, Kate's sharing her recommendations for six closet staples worth investing in to maximize your style in 2021.

Investing in Closet Staples

When stay-at-home orders began, our wardrobes went from restrictive and dressy to loungewear overnight. T-shirts likely became one of your go-to wardrobe staples. With lockdowns beginning to lift, it’s time to find new ways to re-style the pieces we relied so heavily on. Figuring out how to wear your tees while staying stylish and without looking careless and "undone" can often feel tricky. The last thing you want to do is look like you just got out of bed. Below, we're sharing 3 outfit ideas to help you tackle the stay-at-home essential so you can remain comfortable and stylish at the same time.

How to Wear Tees and Still Be Stylish

How to wear your quarantine tees and still look stylish

Kick back & relax in your printed tee and a cropped chino. Throw a denim jacket over your shoulders for an added layer and dimension. To make the outfit a bit more unique, try adding statement jewelry like a chic bracelet set.

If you’re like me (and many of the clients I've styled recently), you’ve probably enjoyed your fair share of baked goods these past few months. There has been no shame in perfecting my banana bread game. If you can relate and have noticed a few extra pounds recently, you're not alone! With the extra stress of the pandemic, gyms being closed, and restaurants emphasizing take out orders, the Quarantine 15 has become the norm for many of us. Staying stylish with the extra pounds can be challenging, and I'm here to help! It's important to feel comfortable in what you wear every day. There are definitely ways to highlight your curves in a flattering way, as opposed to hiding them altogether. Here are my tips on how to dress the Quarantine 15:

How to Dress the Quarantine 15