Whether you are beach-, boat- or bbq-bound this 4thof July, celebrate America in style. Here’s how to wear red, white and blue and get into the festive fashion mode with looks that will rival the evening fireworks.
Pucci takes the guesswork out of your 4th of July style with the Burle Print Flared Maxi Dress. The long flared hem and spaghetti straps will keep you cool in the summer heat and the red, white, blue with a hint of lavender color combo make it perfect for a fashionable 4th fete.
Chances are you’ll be getting a megadose of Vitamin D, but too much of a good thing can be bad, which is why Gucci’s Papier wide brim hat is a sun-must. The hat features the brand’s symbolic blue, red and white web striping on straw-effect fabric with a white brimmed trimmed with a grosgrain band.
Shield your eyes from the blazing sun—or hide from your ex that shows up at the same soiree—with Oliver Peoples Avri frame glasses. The statement-making pair of glasses with a vintage-inspired shape and a bold and super rounded plastic cut, will keep you incognito while looking great.
Why not make it a solo holiday and enjoy a glass of Rosé by the pool curled up with a book? Then you can tune out the nearby party noise with Louis Vuitton’s wireless earphones. The new portable earbuds are a chic accessory for your ears, no piercing required. And while you’re lying poolside, make sure it’s atop Tory’s T Terry Beach Towel in a blue print.
While white booties flooded our fashion feeds this past fall, this summer, it’s all about the white slide. Hermes white sandals in calfskin with cut-out evoking the iconic Kelly buckle, are the ones to wear.
If you’re looking for a sportier look, Prada’s block leather sandals in red is another option. A high-fashion nod to the Teva, this lug bottom, strappy sandal provides style and comfort.
Nothing says America like denim, and Alice + Oliva’s 70s-inspired Amazing Denim Mini Dress, is a versatile piece with short sleeves, belted waist and button front closure is the LDD (little denim dress) to wear this holiday weekend and well beyond.