I had a very busy week in the bioengineering lab, and this post was originally supposed to be published Friday, but I'm so excited that I was able to finish it up after coming home from the lab today.
The Fourth of July is a very big holiday in North America. On July 4, 1776, the United States adopted the Declaration of Independence and declared our independence from the Kingdom of Great Britain. This day became a national holiday, Independence Day, but as we all like to call it, The Fourth of July. Around this time of year we show our patriotism a lot more. We bring out the fireworks, barbecues, and picnics, carnivals, and just have a really great time, but what we fashionistas focus on most is our holiday OOTD! Many outfits stick to the traditional flag colors of red, white, and blue while others focus more on formality and elegance.
Here are some traditional looks for inspiration:
Top Left: Lauren Conrad wearing a red skater skirt and blue button down top. Top Right: Beyonce wearing flag print high waisted shorts. Bottom Left: Kat Von D wearing a flag print sweater. Bottom Right: Carrie Underwood wearing a flag print tank top.
If you don't want to go the traditional route, here are a few outfit ideas that I put together:
Here is a look that I believe can be worn from day to night. With all of the family barbecues, picnics, and fireworks, it's going to be pretty tough walking around in heels all day long, so here's a great option:
What are your plans for Independence Day, and what are you ladies going to wear? I know I have followers from all over the world, so you ladies can just describe what you would wear on a typical holiday in your country. I hope you all enjoyed this post. Thanks for all of your lovely comments on my previous post. Happy Monday!!!