1. What to Wear on the Fourth of July

What to Wear on the Fourth of July

Tragically, holidays are oftentimes an excuse to wear unflattering pieces in obnoxious prints and patterns. For a holiday that celebrates national pride, great food, and a libation or two, it is especially tragic that the Fourth of July tends to be one of the most abused holidays.  Not even Chrissy Teigen could get away with wearing a red handkerchief bandeau. So leave the red tutu and star spangled shorts at home and consider these suggestions for getting into the spirit of the holiday a little more fashionably.

1. A fun romper/dress.  Obnoxious prints, no; bold prints, yes!  The Fourth is all about fun so pick some pieces that reflect that.  If you choose red, use a chambray shirt as a light jacket to bring in the blue.  If blue is more your color of choice, wear red lipstick or shoes to make the ensemble that much more festive.  1. What to Wear on the Fourth of July

2. Lace shorts + festive top.  Lace shorts add a bit of glamour and sophistication to the predictable ripped denim.  And just because you have texture on the bottom doesn’t mean you can’t have lots of fun on top!3. What to Wear on the Fourth of July

3. Bathing suit + cover-up.  If you will be mainly at the beach or pool, this is a totally acceptable attire for a holiday such as the Fourth.  Use mixing and matching of colors to bring in that American pizzazz!

2. What to Wear on the Fourth of July

Bonus:  All pieces are found at ShopBop.  If you have Amazon Prime you get free 2-day shipping which means the items will arrive in time for the Fourth!

What are your Fourth of July plans and what do you plan on wearing?

10 replies
  1. Amy
    Amy says:

    Thanks Natalie! I’m going with your brilliant suggestion of 4th colors without obnoxious prints:) I also bring in my oh so comfy lace shorts! Love this holiday so much more now:)

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  2. Ann
    Ann says:

    I’m going with navy blue-white striped Tshirt and white shorts! Red napkins at dinner time should round out the holiday.

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