• HOW TO ROCK YOUR STARS AND STRIPES ON 4TH OF JULY

     

    I feel like 4th of July is one of those holidays where everyone gets super worked up about, more than others. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s finally gotten warm out, or that most 4th of July parties come with endless food and the opportunity to take a day off of work. Either way, we love it.

    pic by Joy the Baker

    Dressing for 4th of July parties is always a task. Pool party? Family-oriented BBQ? Rooftop party? Don’t worry. We’ve got you covered with some outfits from our favorite bloggers so you don’t have to worry about how to incorporate red, white, and blue into your outfit last minute.


    Beach Day: If you’re heading to the beach for 4th of July and then straight to a party, you have to check out Jessica from Bows and Sequins. Her 4th of July outfit takes you from bikini-clad at the beach, to cozy for that bonfire near the water in the evening.


    BBQ: Spending the day with family and friends is always fun, but you have to dress the part. BBQs are almost never formal, so keep it laid back (but still classy) with a cute top and shorts. Add in some fun accessories to show your patriotic side, just like Cait over at Southern Curls and Pearls!


    Rooftop Party: These go either way. You don’t want to look too festive and stand out like a tourist, but you want to still show your stripes. A red and blue dress, like the one worn by Jacie on Damsel in Dior is perfect. Match it with some sandals and you’re good to go!

    pic by Hostess with the Mostess

    Be sure to check back tomorrow for some of our favorite 4th of July recipes that will surely be the hit of the party!

    What are you planning to wear for 4th of July? Show us on Instagram by tagging @NikitaAndVesper and #sexygood!


    XO Saphira

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