I know the age-old fashion adage says you aren't supposed to wear white after Labor Day, but my desire to hold onto summer just a bit a longer (and the fact that it's been over 95˚ for five days straight) are forcing me to be rebellious and break that antiquated rule.
I topped them with a favorite layered silk blouse that I picked up last year at Hot Mama (which I avoided for the longest time, thinking it was a maternity store - but no! It's a fabulous little boutique experience that's become one of my favorites.) This shirt is a great transitional piece that's light enough for warm weather but also works well under a blazer or cardi for fall. I tried to keep it on the summery side by adding the bold coral necklace and two-tone ballet flats.
So that's me, defiantly breaking old-school fashion commandments. Of course, some rules are not meant to be broken. Like avoiding chartruese green taffeta on prom night. That one should definitely be kept firmly in place.