Fourth of July Lookbook 2017

     With July Fourth just a few days away, I know I’m raiding my (and my little sister’s) closet for the perfect patriotic ensemble.  Maybe this is a “me problem,” but I own next to no red clothing.  For that reason, Fourth of July looks are a lot easier said than done for me.  Today I’ve put together three red, white, and blue looks with pieces I realized I already had in my closet, and I bet you already have a few of these items too!  Hopefully these looks will inspire you as you put together your own Fourth of July outfit!  Enjoy!

A Red Sweater and Pinstripe Shorts

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     My grandmother recently sent me this red ribbed Ralph Lauren sweater that my mom wore in high school back in the 80s and I think it’s so classic!  I paired it with some white and blue pinstripe shorts from Old Navy (which honestly might be grey and white but they look blue enough to me!), gold Jack Rogers sandals, and simple white and gold jewelry for an easy and patriotic look.  This ensemble is perfect just to wear around on the Fourth, whether you’re spending the day boating, going to see fireworks, or hanging out with friends.

sweater (similar) // shorts // sandals // necklace // earrings (similar) // watch (similar) //  mantraband // beaded bracelets // ring

A Striped Tee and Red Jeans

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     This has to be my favorite outfit in the lookbook!  I love this simple navy and white striped tee from Old Navy, it’s super soft and versatile but was also super cheap!  I wore it with a pair of red cropped jeans and brown lace up sandals and accessorized with my basic everyday bracelets and Kendra Scott necklace, my ivory pearl Kendra Scott Danielle earrings, and a red beaded bracelet that my stepmom gave me a month or two ago.  I think this look would be perfect for a Fourth of July barbecue with family and friends or any other casual holiday get-together!

top // red jeans (similar) // sandals // earrings // necklace // giving key bangle // cross bracelet (similar) // red bracelet (similar) // mantraband // watch (similar) // ring

An Embroidered Dress and Gold Sandals

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     This last look is definitely the dressier of the three.  I’m wearing a darling navy blue dress from Old Navy with the prettiest red floral embroidery on top and gold Jack Rogers sandals.  To accessorize, I wore Kendra Scott ivory pearl Elisa necklace and matching Danielle earrings, my Kate Spade watch, a dainty rose gold ring, a gold MantraBand, my Giving Key bangle, and a couple white and gold Sashka Co. bracelets.  This look is perfect for a patriotic party or really any Fourth of July event that you feel like getting a little more dressed up for!

dress (similar) // sandals // necklace // beaded bracelets // earrings // watch (similar) // giving key bangle // mantraband // ring

Thanks for reading!

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The beaded bracelets from Sashka Co. featured in this post were sent to me in exchange for a feature in my blog.  However, all opinions are honest and my own.  I don’t feature products I don’t truly love!

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