Fourth of July Outfit Tips !

One thing I’ve learned since I moved to New York is every holiday is a chance to show off your sense of style, whether is casual or red carpet dress worthy, and the 4th of July is no exception! Here are four of our favorite accessories that will keep you looking picture perfect while you celebrate Independence day!  Wear with your trendy one piece bathing soon or flirty short dress.

Sun hats

Summer Hat Styles


The majority of this holiday’s festivities take place outdoors; whether it’s barbecuing, lying by the pool or watching fireworks. A sun hat will not only keep your head cool but keep you looking stylish as well! It pairs perfectly with a breezy top and your favorite wedges or a fun cocktail dress.

Fly Kicks

White Converse Chuck Taylor


I’m a huge fan of these classic low top, white converse because they have so much potential! They would look adorable with a sweet white dress or a pair of distressed high waisted shorts. You can channel a little bit of effortless old school style in these sneakers.

Patriotic Gear

Awesome Fourth of July Outfit


Besides Christmas the 4th of July might have the most distinctive color palate. Show your pride with a mixture of red white and blue clothing, I love this casual top and patriotic shorts. There are tutorials all over the internet that walk you through how to make your own flag inspired clothing so get personal and make your own with some friends!


The coolest sunglasses you will ever see


The finishing touch for any outdoor ensemble is the perfect pair of shades. Spending all day in the bright sun can be tiring and hard on your eyes so make sure you protect yourself! These classic Ray bans never go out of style and look good on every face shape! You can carry them to any look throughout the year.  Save them for your next theme party and even go Top Gun style in your prom dress.

Get these simple items and you will be ready to celebrate the holiday in style!

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