The 4th of July is right around the corner and whether you’re planning to attend a BBQ, host a little pool party, or plan on attending your local 4th of July bash, you’re going to need an outfit. And we mean something a little more stylish than an Old Navy flag tee with the year printed on it. Let’s get started!
We are crazy about all things linen and it’s the easiest, breeziest textile to wear during these hot summer days. For the 4th of July, we recommend nabbing a pair of red and white striped (or blue and white striped!) drawstring or paper bag shorts. Once you’ve secured the shorts, all you need is a white t-shirt, some statement earrings, and your comfiest sandal slides to complete your look.
Okay, let’s talk pool party attire. When it comes to wearing swimsuits, we like to be able to easily transition our suits into an outfit at the drop of a hat. A great way to do this is by wearing a one-piece as a bodysuit, or a two-piece where the top can pass as a crop top, putting denim shorts over the swimsuit/bodysuit/crop top situation, then throwing on a white button-down shirt over, unbuttoned, of course, to create a whole look.
Let’s talk jumpsuits! You will never convince us that jumpsuits aren’t just fancy pajamas and we’re here for it. The best part about jumpsuits? You can nab one for any time of the year! For the 4th of July, we’re for sure nabbing a chambray (blue) or red jumpsuit and pairing it with some retro block heels for the perfect ‘watching fireworks in the park’ outfit.
This next outfit could easily either be an all-day outfit or a swimsuit cover-up making it a perfect outfit if you have ~many~ functions to attend. Are you ready for this fool-proof 4th of July outfit? Destructed denim shorts, a white tank top, or a white t-shirt, slides, and tie it all together with a vintage silk scarf in red, white, and blue. You can wear your silk scarf as a headband, tied around your hair, around your neck, or even as a belt.
Just in case no one has recently told you, you can never have too many graphic tees. Nab one for America’s birthday and pair it with your favorite overalls and Birks or replace the white tee we just talked about with a graphic tee. Graphic tees also pair well with mini skirts, knotted above the waist of a maxi, or with flared denim.