Kendall & Kylie for PacSun chambray (similar here), H&M crop top (similar here), Forever 21 shorts (similar here), unknown wedges (similar here), vintage sunglasses (similar here)
Photography by my sister
Edited by me
Final look of the “Fourth of July” series!
I guess I did channel a bit of Rosie the Riveter for this particular outfit. I mean, how could I not when she is one of our nation’s iconic propaganda figures. So it was only fitting to use her as an inspiration. And what’s more American than denim on denim (well, it happens to be called “Canadian tuxedo”, but that’s besides the point)? The outfit is simple but still makes a statement—a light denim chambray paired with dark denim high-waisted shorts to provide contrast and a white crop top underneath to bring out the blue. But we can’t forget the essential piece of this outfit: the red bandana headband. Simply tie the bandana into a cute headband and throw your hair into a nice bun or ponytail because who knows what sorts of patriotic mayhem you’ll be getting into today. I specifically chose white super-high wedges just because I wanted to give the illusion of elongating my legs even further in my high-waisted shorts (I can’t help it, my legs are pretty short so I gotta make do). But of course, if you are blessed with beautiful long legs, then any pair of comfy shoes would work. That concludes the series with another fun but classic look for July 4th.
Four outfits in four days for the fourth day in July. I hope my outfit ideas were somewhat helpful or inspirational for your July 4th celebration—whether it be at a BBQ, in the city, chilling at home, or all of the above, I tried my best to style a look that would accommodate any Flag Day celebrations. I hope you all enjoy a wonderful holiday with friends and family, stuffing your faces with ridiculous amounts of food while staying cool as much as possible.
Style tip: The chambray is already pretty big and loose so you want to contrast that with a tight crop top and shorts.
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