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Eva Longoria, Rita Ora and More Showcase Their Last White Wears Before Labor Day!

Published on September 2, 2013 by   ·   No Comments know the retail rule: no all-white looks from sunset on Labor Day night ’til sunrise on Memorial Day morning. Looks like Hollywood is well aware of the restriction. The following fashion-forward A-listers got the last of their no color clothes out of their systems, just in the nick of time.

The Gown: Rita Ora displays the most formal all-white design with this flowing DKNY frock. Not only is it clearly a summer style on account of the shade, but it’s mostly see-through, which can get pretty tricky come chilly temps. That said, we’d love to see this exact same look in black, so here’s hoping Donna Karen had that same idea. Mini: Next up is Joan Smalls taking that short, white look out for a final spin. Yes, this Viktor & Rolf mini has long sleeves and a thick fabric. No that doesn’t mean she can wear it on September 2nd and beyond. We will commend this supermodel for hinting at fall with those black, gladiator sandal boots. We’d call that “easing her way in” but there’s nothing slow and steady about those shoes! Jeans: Here Eva Longoria raises the greatest debate of the white wear rule: do white jeans count? We’re divided (especially those of us on the west coast), but general feeling is that winter white jeans (read: cream) and summer white jeans (read: what The Dark Truth star is wearing) are very different. Here Eva rocks her bright whites one more time, with an equally hot-weather top. Shoes: This trend showcased by Fashion Police‘s own Giuliana Rancic is the one we’re saddest to see go. The white pump had a great run this summer season, so we’re happy to see it get a proper footwear farewell.

Maybe this and all these all-white look will make a return next Memorial Day. ‘Til then it’s only warm fall reds and sleek winter blacks—unless today’s celebs want to challenge this age-old order?

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