July 4th Lookbook

One of my favorite holidays of the year is coming up, and it’s all about the red, white, and blue!!  It’s July 4th, Independence Day here in America, and it always amazes me how many red, white, and blue outfits people can come up with this time of year.  I pulled out all the American colors out of my closet, and came up with three great outfits for the 4th.  They’re all here to inspire you in your own fashion ventures this July 4th, and lead you to finding the most perfect look for your backyard cookouts, parties, and more!

cOlOr BlOcK iT!!

Sometimes, having to fall within a certain color scheme can be hard if you don’t have a piece of clothing that contains all three.  You know what I say to that?  COLOR BLOCK!!  Finding solid colored pieces is easy and quick, and you might already have some of the right colors in your closet.  That’s why for this red, white, and blue look, I grabbed my favorite red bodysuit and a comfy blue skirt from my closet and viola! a splendid 4th of July look was born!  With my white flatform sandals, I covered all the color requirements through color blocking.  Now it’s your turn to head to your closet and color block away!

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JuMpSuItS fOr ThE wIn!!

What’s a better way to celebrate than in a red, white, and blue jumpsuit??  They scream style and can be a lot easier to get around in than skirts and dresses if you’re going to a party.  Since jumpsuits may not be the coolest option in the summer heat for outside venues, you can always go for a just-as-cute romper instead.  I’ve never seen a gal that can’t rock a jumpsuit, so highly recommend this option for July 4th 😉

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wHiTe On WhItE!!

Okay, I have been OBSESSED with white on white outfits since summer started.  Whenever they pop up on my Insta feed, it makes me speechless every time!  That being said, of course, I had to try my own hand at white on white for this lookbook.  I wore my white skirt and white bomber with a navy crop top in between to keep the look fluent with the July 4th colors.  This outfit is missing a red hue, but I think the white on white gives this outfit the fashion-forwardness it needs without the pop of color!  Red isn’t always a color people have a lot of, so go for a look like this one if you don’t have it.

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Woohoo!! I hope my July 4th lookbook inspires your own red, white, and blue looks, or that it gives you a starting idea for your outfit.  I can’t wait to see everyone’s looks on Instagram, so make sure to follow me (I’ll follow back), to ensure that I see them.  Leave a comment below letting my know about your July 4th plans, and feel free to drop any questions or blog post ideas that you may have as well.  Thanks so much for reading!!

💜Love, Olivia

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20 thoughts on “July 4th Lookbook

  1. Omg I don’t understand how your pics can ALWAYS look so stunning!! Like your poses and clothes and places… just WOW!! Also I love the romper!!

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  2. I will never under how you manage to look good in EVERYTHING!! Love every single outfit, you look gorgeous girly, hope you have a fab 4th of July xxx

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