Items above: Lush Scallop Edge Camisole / J. Crew Pull-On Skirt / Kendra Scott 'Elle' Drop Earrings / Steve Madden 'Prestine' Wedge Sandal / Kate Spade Cobble Hill Mini Carson Crossbody Bag / Bourbon and Boweties Stone Bracelet
Stripes are always a go-to for a trendy fourth of July outfit. Adding a detailed top, such as a scalloped top, to a navy striped skirt brings a fun twist to the look. Wearing a pair of red earrings is a great way for adding the red to the look. To keep the outfit from looking over the top, wearing a pair of neutral wedges and a neutral bag brings the look together.
All American Girl
Items above: American Eagle Western Button Down Shirt /Abercrombie and Fitch Denim Shorts / J. Crew Factory Tropical Fan Necklace / Tory Burch 'T' Logo Sandal / Essie Nail Polish in "Red Nouveau" / Kendra Scott 'Ellie' Oval Stud Earrings
Chambray or blue flannel shirts are classic "American" pieces and when worn with a pair of white shorts, your look already has two of the three national colors. White sandals and white, simple jewelry pieces further emphasizes the white in the ensemble. For a subtle pop of red, wear a true red nail polish.
Items above: Lulu's Red Swing Dress / House of Harlow 1960 Leather Station Necklace / BP. 'Springs Wedge' Sandal / Kate Spade Small Square Stud Earrings / LP BLUE 'Bella' Folding Crossbody Bag
If you are looking for something more formal for a special fourth of July gathering, a red swing dress is a fun and flirty way to celebrate the colors. Add white to the outfit with a statement necklace, handbag, and/or pair of wedges. If you want to also incorporate blue into the ensemble, wear a pair of blue earrings to complete the look.
What will you be wearing this fourth of July?
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