We get it. Choosing your outfit on the 4th of July can be a bigger challenge than dodging fireworks or getting together that cookout meal for family and friends. After all, you’ve got tons of options.
Do you go for the classic red, white, and blue? Or do you more modestly celebrate your independence with something a little more subtle? How do you avoid looking tacky in a world filled with bad fashion trends? The options are endless, but fortunately, we’ve got Instagram to guide our steps. Check out Instagram’s suggestions for 4th of July flair.
Little ones can enjoy the 4th in style with this adorable but subtle wardrobe. The plain tee is a nice contrast to the over-the-top booties and sunglasses, providing the perfect amount of flair and subtlety for the perfect outfit.
So you’re wanting to wear red, white, and blue, but you don’t fancy those outdated flag t-shirts? Look no further than this flowing red blouse with pinstripe shorts. Perfect for celebrations and cookouts.
If vintage is more your style, try this 4th of July scarf to pull your wardrobe together. Subtle and patriotic all at once, this beauty pairs well with a simple white top and pair of jeans. Super American!
Having trouble wrapping your head around American colors? You can always go for the classic white. Flattering, cute, and an all-around crowd pleaser, this is an easy solution to your 4th of July problems. Add some theme sunglasses or jewelry for a sophisticated yet festive look.
This gorgeous sweater paired with distressed denim shorts brings classic looks and sophistication together. It also doubles as a cute way to stay a little bit warmer in frigid air conditioning.
If you’re a tank top fan, there are tons of varieties that can keep you cool and in the spirit at the same time. Not a bad deal.
If you’re wanting a more subtle way to celebrate your American heritage, try these super cute sandals. Classic and adorable, you can wear these with just about everything.
Not a fan of sandals? No worries. With these espadrilles you can celebrate in style.