White after Labor Day is a big yes! I’m sharing 10 white fall staple items you need and how to keep them white all season long. This post about white fall staple items has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone.
We’ve all heard about the age old fashion faux pas, no white after Labor Day. I love wearing white, even in the fall. I’m going to share with you 10 white fall staple items that you need in your wardrobe. Plus, I’m going to give you a few tips on how to keep them white all season long.
Let’s be honest, I think most people are afraid to wear white after Labor Day because they are afraid to get it dirty. I get it. As a mom, I know what it feels like to be completely terrified that your kid will spill something on your crisp white jeans. Just thinking about my steaming hot pumpkin spice latte tipping over onto my shirt scares me – but not enough to give up white.
Luckily, I don’t have to worry about that.
Do you want to know my secret to keeping my clothes whiter longer?* Clorox Bleach with CLOROMAX. I pick up a bottle when I’m shopping. I know that with its enhanced whitening power*, I’m going to get the whitest whites that I can keep in rotation all year long. Washing my whites is simple with Clorox Bleach with CLOROMAX. All I have to do is add the bleach to the bleach dispenser in my washing machine, and in return, I get the whitest whites anyone has ever seen. After my laundry is done, I pick out all my outfits for the week. What’s even better is that I don’t have to worry about washing darks after, so it’s easy for me to pair my pristine white shirt with my favorite pair of denim jeans.
10 White Fall Staple Items
- Statement t-shirts
- Accessories like a clutch, earrings, bracelet, or a watch
- Little White Dresses
- Button down shirts
- Blazers or jackets
My wardrobe consists of these 10 white fall staple items and more. I’m so ready to style these white fall staple items and happy that I don’t have to worry about keeping them white thanks to Clorox Bleach with CLOROMAX which I found at my local Target.
*based on stain removal vs. detergent alone