Celebrate Summer with these Labor Day Looks

Celebrate Summer with these Labor Day Looks

Summer unofficially ends on Labor Day. School starts again for teachers and kids, vacations end, and the weather starts to cool. The last holiday of the season is often the final time to celebrate the styles of summer. Whatever your long weekend plans may be, rocking your best summer look lets you jump into a new season with a bang.

Dresses, skirts, sandals, bathing suits, sun hats, and tank tops are all quintessential summer styles we long for on the coldest of winter days. You will want to soak in every moment in these fun, airy, and stylish looks on Labor Day.

Summer Accessories

During snowy days in boots, you will likely miss the feeling of sand between your toes in your sandals or wading in the ocean in your water shoes. Adding a sandal or a wedge sandal to your outfit instantly adds a summery vibe.

A sun hat or packable visor provides shade from the September sun and allows you to feel like you are on summer vacation for one final weekend. Adding the right shoes and accessories dresses up any outfit and lets you finish off your summer outfits.

Summer Whites

Following the age-old tradition may be outdated to some, but to others, not wearing white after labor day continues to be an unofficial fashion law. Labor Day weekend is the time to show off your white pants or your white women’s dresses before they head to the back of your closet until Memorial Day the following year. A white linen swing dress or a brightly colored top with white capri pants is the perfect way to incorporate summer whites into the weekend’s outfit plans. A white skort or white shorts encapsulate the summer vibe while staying cool in the scorching heat of the unofficial final weekend of summer.

Show Off Those Shoulders

T-shirts and jeans are a fall staple, but when Labor Day approaches, it is often among the last days to show off your shoulders with a women’s tank top. A moisture-wicking SPF crewneck tunic tank is the ideal top for over your bathing suit. A supima cotton tank top is perfect for keeping cool on a Labor Day hike or picnic. A patterned cotton tank top is a fun option to add flare to a pair with shorts or pants.

Flowing Styles

Dresses and skirts will soon be a memory of summer heat, spending your weekend in flowy summer dresses is a perfect way to pay honor your summer while staying cool and looking cute for your long weekend plans. A chic maxi dress will make dressing cool for the summer heat more fashionable. A jersey dress will help you stay cool as the fabric will not stick to your skin if temperatures rise throughout the day. For Labor Day plans with a nicer dress code, fit and flare dresses are more dressy with a fitted upper body and singing A-line skirt. A capped sleeve or sleeveless fit and flare dress will help you stay cool.

Last Summer Dip

Soaking in the last bits of the summer’s sun during a Labor Day beach trip calls for one final summer beach style chance. A tankini is the perfect option if you are looking for versatility, comfort, and a swimsuit that can double as a tank top when paired with shorts or a skirt. A tankini offers coverage like a one-piece, but the options of a two-piece as you can mix and match your bottoms to your liking. If a swimsuit that doubles as clothes for other beach activities is your goal, a swim dress is the absolute perfect option for you. Many of our swim dresses have a tummy control option that slims while flattering your every curve.

If a swim dress is not your style, a cute cover-up is necessary to complete the summer look. A rash guard and shorts can be a good option for those looking to take part in fun in the sand while staying protected from the sun’s rays. Or, for greater separation from swimsuit to cover-up, a dress to toss over a swimsuit is the best option. Cotton dresses, jersey dresses, and even maxi dresses are easy and stylish options to look cute, but be ready for a quick dip as you look to maximize every second of your Labor Day beach trip.

Labor Day marks the transition from summer to fall. Showing off your summer looks before you pull out your jeans, sweaters, and flannels calls for your best looks to end one season on a good note and put away your summer essentials without regrets.

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