Everyone knows that the Fourth of July is a celebration of unity and independence. There’s fireworks, BBQ’s and fun in the sun. From being out on the boat all day to sitting by the fire at night, the Fourth is a perfect time to showcase new and old fashion trends.
Rock your bikini under a cropped tee-shirt with red, white, and blue Stripes or keep it classically chic with a white linen sundress and cropped denim jacket. By being a traditional holiday, the fourth also has traditional wardrobe essentials. Let’s take a look at some of the Fourth of July trends of summer 2023.
Red, White, & Blue
Red, white, and blue are the go-to colors for the Fourth of July. Rock blue denim shorts with a red bandeau and white top and or go all out with your celebratory colorway with eccentric and fun fits that will make you stand out anywhere you go.
Stars & Stripes
Make waves with your American flag inspired stars and stripes. Whether you’re wearing both Stars and Stripes or just Stripes, you’ll make the ultimate impression as a patriotic fashionista! From a simple red striped tee-shirt with blue denim jeans to an oversized graphic tee with our country’s flag on it, there are plenty of options here for you.
The denim jacket is not just a fashion statement, it’s there, ready, to keep you warm while making s’mores with your besties. Dress up your chic white sundress with a cropped denim jacket and keep it with you as the coolness overcomes the night, you’ll be glad you did.
In a world of everything patriotic is the checkered print top that goes exceptionally well with denim pants or white shorts. Whether it’s red and white print or blue and white, you’ll definitely be making the right impression.
If there’s one thing about being an American, it’s that we love to be around the water. Whether you’re on the west coast enjoying the white water caps crash alongside your speed boat or on the lake near the east coast just cruising around on your pontoon boat, a bikini is a necessity. Make a splash while dressing it up while on land, and wear it as is for your time on the water. Oh, and don’t forget the shades!
Finish your Fourth of July look with a bandana. The trend is as old as time and will be a perfect addition to your accessories for the day, especially if you’re looking to fashionably style your hair.