What To Wear: July 4th

Whether you’re celebrating Independence Day this weekend, on the actual day (Wednesday, July 4th) or the weekend following, you’re going to want to make sure you’re decked out in red, white and blue. The best part about these pieces below is that they can be worn all summer long — even after the holiday is over — because who doesn’t love showing their American pride?

july 4th clothing

Blue Block Heels  – Ok, I’ll admit these are a bit fancy for most July 4th events, but how fun are they? It’s one way to stand out at the party, for sure.

Modcloth Red and White Dress – This sweetheart red dress with white stripes is perfect for BBQs on hot summer days.

Panama Hat – Keep yourself safe from the sun — in style — with a panama hat. This one has a red, white, and blue ribbon for extra festive flair.

Feather Flag Earrings – If you look in your closet and can’t find anything red, white, or blue to wear, accessories are another option. These feather flag earrings are hard to miss, after all.

Essie “First Dance” Nail Polish – Another non-clothing way to deck yourself out for July 4th is with makeup or nail polish, like this classic red shade from Essie.

Flag Bralette – If you’ve got the body to wear a flag bralette or crop top, go for it!

Tie-Front Sleeveless Shirt – A white, button-down, tie-front shirt never goes out of style!

Flag Denim Shorts – I own a pair of these myself and get so much wear out of them (2x a year for the holidays minimum!)

Star Shorts – If you feel weird about wearing the flag on your body, you can opt for stars (or stripes) alone.

Blue Ray Bans – You’ll wear this all summer long, but they look extra nice on July 4th!

Flag Tote Bag – This fashionable tote carries all your goodies, too!

Madewell Sandals – These red sandals will add a pop of color to your outfit.

What will you be wearing for the upcoming holiday? What are you doing to celebrate?


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