4th of July Fashion
Friends. Fourth of July is approaching and WHO ARE YOU GOING TO WEAR? Tomorrow I’ll show you how I would style out my dream 4th of July BBQ, but today is what I would put on my body. My general MO when it comes to BBQ outfits is casual and comfortable, and for 4th of July I do find myself wearing two of those three colors (lord knows I have a ton of blue and white and enough red to throw in there if I wanted to be REALLY patriotic).
So I rounded up some outfits that feel like they can be worn all summer, but have a little ‘4th of July’ party spirit.
1. Levi’s Denim Shorts (my FAVORITE and I could wear them 6 days in a row before I have to wash them. They look good on day 1 (fitted) and day 6 (baggy)| 2. Slip-on Sneakers | 3. Patterned Romper | 4. Denim Romper (Ugh. SO CUTE) | 5. Tie-back Blouse (I bought this and it’s great. Super breezy, and easy to wear.) | 6. Levi’s White Denim Jeans (I loved my above shorts so much that I bought the white version and it’s TWO THUMBS UP) 7. Straw Hat | 8. Ulla Johnson Blouse (My fashion stylist bought this for the shoot I had a few weeks ago and I got to keep it. It’s amazing. It’s also almost $400 so it should be amazing. I know some of you like splurges so if you are one of those people I can absolutely recommend that lady) EDIT: The image on the board is a version that Madewell sells, but the one Em is wearing is this one. | 9. Sunglasses | 10. White Denim Crop Jeans (My favorite summer pant. It’s comfortable, but still flattering and thick enough that it hides the bits and baubles) | 11. Striped Cropped Top | 12. Navy Culottes (I have 2 pairs of culottes otherwise I would add these to the mix) 13. Knotted Sandals (So flirty but not overly cute)14. Striped Button-down Dress (I’m interested in trying this as it looks flattering and so easy to wear)| 15. Striped Romper (I want this, too. Looks modest but fun) 16. Fluted Sleeve Button Down (I have this and LOVE it. Flattering, cute and flirty…why am I saying ‘flirty’ so much right now?) 17. Wicker Purse (Totally impractical for my life with two kids, but so very very cute) | 18. Classic Red Bandana (my madewell one that I’ve linked a lot to is sold out, but the classic one is almost even better) 19. Striped Button-down (If I didn’t have one million blue and white casual button downs I would snag this) 20. Chambray Bomber Jacket (So not me, but very cute and definitely appropriate for 4th of July) 21. Wide-leg Jean (I want to try these but I don’t need more pants … please review and report back to me!) 22. Natural Leather Sandal I LOVE these and would snag them except that my feet are all booked up in the ‘nude sandal’ department.