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Fashion Rule Breakers! These 13 Celeb Moms Dared to Wear White After Labor Day (Photos)

Maggie Gyllenhaal Rocked the White!

These thirteen moms? They are total fashion rule breakers. How? They dared to wear white after Labor Day! Yes, a major travesty.

After Labor Day the rule was always that white was forbidden after the holiday. It was a time when the dark tones of fall and winter were to be worn and white was not. But that rule it is so meant to be broken, and lately, it’s been broken alot!

Check out these thirteen moms and how they’vve rocked white after Labor Day.


  • Kendra Wilkinson 1 of 12
    Kendra Wilkinson
    Kendra wore her white dress in a very very short way!
  • Naomi Watts 2 of 12
    Naomi Watts
    Naomi Watts pulled out this fresh white look recently.
  • Sarah Jessica Parker 3 of 12
    Sarah Jessica Parker
    Sarah Jessica Parker went with this patterned number.
  • Naomi Watts 4 of 12
    Naomi Watts
    Repeat offender, Naomi Watts wore this white jacket to Fashion Week.
  • Uma Thurman 5 of 12
    Uma Thurman
    Uma wore a crisp white jacket to the Calvin Klein show during Fashion Week.
  • Courtney Love 6 of 12
    Courtney Love
    Courtney wore a sheer dress to fashion week.
  • Camila Alves 7 of 12
    Camila Alves
    Camila rocked a white top.
  • Selma Blair 8 of 12
    Selma Blair
    Selma went with a whole white outfit while she cuddled her son.
  • Jane Krakowski 9 of 12
    Jane Krakowski
    For the Emmy's Jane wore a very shiny white gown.
  • Julianna Margulies 10 of 12
    Julianna Margulies
    Julianna Margulies wore this sleek white number to the Emmys.
  • Maria Bello 11 of 12
    Maria Bello
    Maria Bello looked fab in her white gown.
  • Julie Bowen 12 of 12
    Julie Bowen
    Emmy winner and Modern Family star Julie Brown wore a cool white top recently.
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Photos: PacificCoastNews.com and PR Photos

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