4th of July Style: City vs Beach

Happy Birthday America!  I don’t know about you, but I, for one, am really excited for the 4th of July.  It is always nice when the holiday lands on a weekend and, this year, it is going to bring a whole new meaning to TGIF!  I cannot wait to escape the city and spend some much needed quiet time in the country with my husband.  It’ll be a fun-filled long weekend of BBQs, fireworks, and pool time.  Whether you are leaving town or staying in the city, this holiday you’re going to need a fabulous new ensemble!   I know it’s fun to show off your patriotic side, but I like to keep it more understated.  That is why I created these two style guides for a fun beach and chic city look.  No matter what your plans, these outfits show you how to pull off wearing red, white, and blue without looking like an American flag.  Enjoy the holiday and share in the comments below your fun plans!

4th of July Style: City

1. Juliet & Co. – Forget Me Not Earrings | 2. BaubleBar – Knot Ring | 3. Forever 21 – Faux Leather Crossbody | 4. J.Crew – Stripe Tank  | 5. Gap – Skinny Jeans | 6. Humble Chic – Parisian Scarf  | 7. Anthropologie – Odea Cutout Mules 

4th of July Style: Beach

1. Asos – Aviator Sunglasses | 2. House of Harlow 1960 – Sound Waves Cuff | 3. Calypso St Barth’s – Valencia Straw Tote | 4. Madewell – Beachturn Tunic Dress | 5. TopShop – Ditsy Floral Bandeau | 6. TopShop – Ditsy Floral Bikini Bottoms | 7. Reclaim- Mini Wedge Sandal

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