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Planning one's 4th of July outfit, then, becomes just as important as picking out a prom or a wedding dress. Concocting a patriotic outfit with the perfect ratio between red, white, and blue is an artform, carefully crafted over the years.
Some choose the full-on America, F Yeah! approach; think American Apparel flag leggings, bandana headbands, and bro tanks. Others go the sundress route, usually striped in blue & white or red & white, with a statement accessory in the third color.
Me? I'm thinking somewhere in between this year, with my new Urban Outfitters button-down denim skirt that I'm obsessed with, my trusty high-tops, and a vintage T-shirt.
In case you haven't thought of your 4th of July look yet, here are some outfit ideas to get you inspired, brought to you by the fashion bloggers of Instagram.
|Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific @blaireadiebee|
Wearing Caroline Constas dress, Steve Madden sandals, J. Crew hat,
Topman scarf, Karen Walker sunglasses, Vince purse, and Stila lipstick
|Carrie Colbert of Wear + Where + Well @carriec|
Wearing Madewell dress, Converse sneakers, Clare V clutch, Ray-Ban sunglasses, and NARS lipstick
|Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad @chiaraferragni|
Wearing H&M top and skirt and Céline sunglasses
|Tine Andrea of The Fashion Eaters @tineandreaa|
Wearing Lindex top, Acne Studios jeans and purse, Rupert Sanderson wedges, Aldo sunglasses, and vintage scarf
|Courtney Quinn of Color Me Courtney @colormecourtney|
Wearing The Laden Showroom overall dress, Modcloth top, Forever 21 button-down, and Urban Outfitters hat
|Saray Martin of Dans Vogue @dansvogue|
|Jess Kirby of Prosecco & Plaid @jessankirby|
Wearing DL1961 shorts, Brixton hat, Henri Bendel purse, Loren Hope bracelet, and Daniel Wellington watch