True Or False: FALSE
In the 1800-1900s, wearing white was a symbol of status. Thus, certain social clubs adopted the "no white after Labor Day" practice as an inside joke—a way to weed out the old money aristocrats from the nouveau riche leisure class. As such, anyone who was spotted in white pants after Labor Day would be committing a huge faux pas. But come on, we're better than that now. Wear what you want, when you want. Although, it's practical to consider the weather when it comes to things like shorts.