For a subtle & super trendy look, cut a bandana and sew or fabric glue the stars and stripes to a pair of cutoffs. Extra points for using distressed high-waisties.
Take a classy approach to your die-hard patriotism if you have a super chic engagement to attend - or are just a super chic patriot.
A more feminine take on the classy look via A Spoonful Of Style
Go all-out but still keep it trendy with a high-low dress, cute clutch, and fun daytime heels.
If you want to be festive, but still want to stick it to the man, try a badass Americana design like this tank from Brandy Melville.
One sweater to get you 4th of July-ready AND Coachella-ready!
Chic, classic, and tailored for an East Coast Fourth of July.
Try a look that combines the subtlety of everyday style with preppy, clean Americana.
Take a simple outfit up a notch with a hip red, white, and blue bandana, like this one from Urban Outfitters
Turn any blue and white printed romper into a Fourth of July outfit with red accessories.
Keep it casual with a striped boyfriend cardigan, a simple tank, and bright shorts.
A red statement necklace is another easy way to make a simple outfit more Fourth appropriate
You don’t need red, white, AND blue to look totally festive - use patterns and accessories to make two colors just as fun
If you’re in a pinch and committed to repping Old Glory, lose the shirt and use a bandana as a makeshift bandeau!
Pair a simple, inexpensive striped tee with your favorite red jeans, skirt, or shorts for a Hamptons-ready 4th style.
Elevate your look to street chic with a pretty blouse and bright maxi. You can tone it down with wedges or flat sandals to fit any occasion.
Go boho with a flowing white mini dress and floral headband. Bonus points for the badass Americana wedges!
Chambray is a great substitute for royal blue if you don’t want to look over-the-top (but why wouldn’t you?!)
Wear chevron in lieu of traditional stripes to stand out at crowded beaches and backyard barbeques.