Texas girls are always so chic and stylish! In researching the infamous "White ONLY between Easter and Labor Day" edict the ever-chic girls here have found that the rule originally applied only to shoes, and then only to white pumps or dress shoes. The rule also tends to be adhered to a bit more strictly in the South. A Southern girl would never wear white before Easter or after Labor Day. Winter white, however, tends to be a bit more acceptable.
That said, fashion rules on the whole have relaxed over the years. These days the climate tends to be the determining factor in fashion. For instance, a girl on a Caribbean cruise in February would most likely don her white espadrilles and sundress for a little jaunt into Nassau, even if it is weeks before Easter! I think it depends completely on the girl, the occasion and the location. Just this weekend, here in San Francisco, I saw girls in white sandals, white wedges and white peeptoes all along the Embarcadero, but then again, it was a warm and sunny spring day. Two days from now we might be back in our cashmere and ankle boots!
So, dearest girl, I say do what makes you feel happy! If you are going to feel uneasy or uncomfortable and wonder if everyone is staring at you unkindly, then hold off for a few more weeks. If, however, you are one of the lucky few who really don't give a pig's patootie what other people think, then go for it! Rule breakers can be style setters too!