Monday, September 5, 2011

Labor (Not) Day

Farewell Summer!

Labor Day, the US Federal Holiday celebrated on the first Monday in September, was first observed on 5 September, 1882. It is celebrated by most Americans as the symbolic end of summer....sigh...

For women in High Society, Labor Day was considered the last day of the year when it was fashionable to wear white. So, in honor of this holiday...I slack on my regular Monday post, relax with my family, wear white, and wish you all a lovely Labor-Not Day. Enjoy!

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