As 4th of July weekend is approaching, anyone stuck with the same question of what to wear?! It’s always fun to bring out your red, white and blue ensemble to show your patriotism, but there is a way to do without looking like an American flag! Here are some styling tips on how to keep your patriotic side chic.
Red White or Blue: Take out those trendy little dresses, rompers or swimsuits in either red white or blue. Make sure it incorporates one color that way your dress isn’t over bearing and spelling out America! I took out this chic off the shoulder, red dress I got from Tobi. I am absolutely obsessed with the string neckline detailing of this dress. (Shop here) As you can probably tell from my previous posts, (here and here) I have been finding some super cute summer looks from Tobi so I would definitely check them out!
Gingham Print: One of my favorite prints this summer is gingham . I think it’s so fitting to add this print in blue or red with either a dress or accessory. I incorporated it subtlety with these Gingham shoes I have been wearing on repeat lately. (shop here)
Accessories: When Choosing accessories it is ok to also incorporate neutral colors to make the look seem more subtle. For example, My patriotic colors are seen in my Celine sunnies, blue bracelet and shoes, which we’ve already mentioned above, to go with my red dress. But so that it is not over bearing for my earrings I decided to step out of this uniform and go for these metallic rose gold Bon Drop earrings from Bitz of Glitz. (shop here) To finished of the look I decided to show you two options depending on what your plans are. A boater hat, which I have again been wearing on repeat this summer, dresses down the look and gives off a cool and classic vibe or a silk hair tie for a chic and preppy vibe.
I hope these tips help out when your planning your outfit for this long weekend. Still having trouble don’t hesitate to email me and I would love to style your fourth of July look! I would also love to see what you are wearing this 4th of July so please tag and share with hashtag #patrioticchic!