4th of July Looks
I consider Fourth of July to be the epitome of summer. Warm nights filled with laughter, s’mores, and fireworks, Fourth of July has always been one of my personal favorite holidays. While there are many traditions associated with this holiday, breaking out all of my red, white, and blue clothing is definitely one that I look forward to. In preparation for the holiday, I’ve done exactly that and put together some patriotic outfits that you can easily recreate this upcoming Fourth of July!
A star necklace is the perfect way to add a subtle and on theme detail to any outfit!
This first outfit combines some classic summer pieces: jean shorts, a tank top, and sandals. People often resort to stars and stripes for their pattern on Fourth of July, but it’s important to remember that you can still incorporate other patterns. For example, I wore a red floral print to create a more subtle patriotic look. Since my shirt was red, I chose to use blue sunglasses and a white bag (from Plato’s Closet!) to tie the look together.
This outfit is the epitome of Fourth of July. It incorporates the classic colors and even stripes! Patterned denim is a super fun way to bring a pattern into your look. You can get striped jeans or look for some with stars! Get creative when wearing a pattern this Fourth of July!
This look is one of the more subtle ones, you could wear this on a daily basis or for this special occasion. Unlike the other outfits in this post, this one doesn’t only use red, white, and blue. I decided to wear this black striped skort because it would still match the theme while toning down the outfit and allowing the red top to pop.
For this last outfit, I went with blue and white as the main colors and simply added red accessories to tie the look together. If where you live is too warm for jeans, you can easily swap them out for some jean shorts! Remember that the accessories are an important aspect of every outfit!
I hope you guys can gather some inspiration from these simple outfits! Have fun when creating your patriotic outfits this Fourth of July and don’t forget to get creative with your red, white, blue, and striped clothes!
Blog By: Ember Sierra | @essentiallyember