How perfect is this Fourth of July outfit?! This top totally screams 'merica... especially with the stars and stripes! Whether you're attending a BBQ, throwing a party, or snuggling up with your hunny, this darling outfit has you set. Although this holiday has a restricted color pallete, it still leads to unlimited styling possibilities! Since it's Independence Day, I urge you to stray away from the stereotypical denim jean and flag tee combo. If the festive flare is too much for you, I suggest you take a less literal approach by only pairing two color combos together, like the classical blue and white combo. (like I did below!)
The greatest thing about this outfit is you can totally wear this outfit to a backyard BBQ or to a fancier house party! I'm obsessed with the versatility of being able to dressing it up or down. If you're a tassel lover like me, then all y'all need to do is style this top with a bold tassel earring and you'll make this look so darling! I also styled this top with fringed white shorts from Landry Kate, but y'all can always style it with skinny white jeans or denim shorts too! Depending on the occasion, this top will have you ready for any plans y'all may have for America's birthday!
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Having lived in several different states, I come to realize that celebrating the Fourth of July in California, Nebraska, and Texas are all so different from each other! The one thing these celebratory places all have in common is the love and pride of being an American. Back in the day when I lived in sunny California, the 4th was a holiday where my family would host the boating and BBQ party all day long. It was a festivity that would never end. On the flip side of things, Nebraska took it to a whole new level. There y'all can have fire works! Anyone and their mother would light up their own fire work show... it was allowed, unlike! I miss those days of endless fire work show. Here is Texas, my husband and I enjoy adventuring out and seeing what the city of Dallas and Fort Worth have to offer. This year we're going to watch the fire work show at the horse races at Lone Star Park! This is something new we are doing this year. Could be the start of a new tradition! Who knows!!!
What do y'all do for the Fourth of July? I would love to hear all your Fourth of July celebratory festivities, just comment below!