The Lunar calendar and the Fashion calendar are completely out of sync. Since Judaism follows the Lunar calendar, the holidays fall inconsistently. For instance, Rosh Hashana can fall anywhere from the beginning of September to the beginning of October. This year, it arrives on September 13th (tonight)—so, right on the heels of Labor Day.
Here in Los Angeles and elsewhere in the country, the temperatures have risen into the nineties, making it impossible to wear fall clothes. Moreover, Rosh Hashana, which literally means “start of the year,” is a time to wear white, a color that symbolizes newness, light, and purity. For this reason, I always try to incorporate white into my High Holiday outfits. This year, I decided not to put away my lighter colored clothing just yet. The heat is still very much on, so why not be festive and colorful? There is no reason to adhere to the “no white after Labor Day” rule. When it comes to holiday dressing in the year 5776, no rules apply!
Stella McCartney Blazer, Tease by Tina Camisole, Mantu Belt, Worth New York Skirt, Fendi Pumps and Handbag, Celine Sunglasses, Christian Dior Tribal Earrings.
All makeup by Chanel. #55 in Love Blush, #80 Jersey, #202 Tisse Camelia, Soleil Tan De Chanel Bronzer, Vitalumiere Aqua, Red Brown Lipiner #17, Rouge Coco #402 Adreinne, Rouge Coco Shine #97 Desinvolte, #166 Glossimer.