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3 Stylish and Patriotic Fourth of July Outfit Ideas

Posted on June 15 2019

The Fourth of July is synonymous with red, white, and blue, but when you’re planning your holiday outfits, patriotic colors and prints might feel too over-the-top. If you want to have fun and dress up a little for the Fourth of July parties you have lined up, but don’t want to interpret stars and stripes too literally, there are still a lot of ways to work these hues into your looks. Here are three subtly spirited and stylish outfits you’ll want to wear this holiday, and continue to wear all summer long:

1. Blue kimono with white top and pants

Beat the warm weather of July by wearing a flowy cotton kimono over a white tank top and a pair of white slouchy trousers. Accessorize the look with some delicate jewelry and metallic sandals. If you’d like to complete the patriotic palette of red, white, and blue, a bright pop of red on your lips will do the trick.

2. Red shirt with blue jeans

A red and blue combination takes all the guesswork out of Fourth of July styling. Wear a red printed button down with a pair of blue jeans. You can achieved a more defined and structured look by tucking in the shirt. But if you want to keep it casual and relaxed, leave the shirt untucked. Finish off the look with some statement jewelry and a pair of tan wedges.

3. Blue shirt cover up with white swimsuit

If you plan to spend the holiday at the beach, try a white swimsuit with a red or blue cover up. Our Tropics Beach Tote Bag would go perfectly with this look, and you can keep using all of these pieces for the rest of the season.

Celebrating your American spirit can still be stylish and fun - without buying a lot of novelty print that you won’t wear again until next year. Plus: you don’t even have to give up comfort since we design all of our apparel to be soft, flowy, and easy to wear.

Shop for your Fourth of July outfits on our online store. You’ll also find that we have one of the most stylish canvas bag collections in CA.

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