Fashion Friday: Red, White and Fashionably Festive

It’s Friday!! Such a happy day of the week.. you know everyone seems so much nicer and in a much better mood on Friday. I wish people were this happy everyday! You know, next week, everyone is going to be this happy on a Thursday, so I guess my wish will be granted! HA! Today I’m going to show you a festive 4th of July look…

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Top: Forever 21, similar, similar | Shorts: 7 For All Mankind | Shoes: Stuart Weitzman, similar | Bag: Louis Vuitton | Belt: Forever 21

It’s not often I wear an American Flag shirt, so it does take some getting used to. You can literally get Flag shirts like this anywhere close to 4th of July. I chose to match this look with wedges to dress it up a little. This look is great for a BBQ party over the long weekend.

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This is a muscle tee, so the sides are very open. You can also pair this shirt with red or white shorts and you’ll still have a very festive look. If you can’t find an American Flag shirt you like, make sure you check Etsy.com. Plenty of people make them or show you how to make them! I love that this shirt has studs on the sleeves, just a little edgy. Paired with wedges and a cute bag, this look is now edgy, girly and festive.

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Cuff: Vince Camuto, similar | Bracelets: SimoneJ Jewelry | Ring: David Yurman | (Not Pictured) Earrings: T Tahari in blue stone, similar

I think it’s important that you accessorize accordingly when your going for a festive look.  All silver jewelry would look fine, but the red, white and blue bracelets and the white cuff really put this look over the top. It’s the last details that can really put an outfit together. Take a look in you jewelry box and see what you have. I had more red, white and blue jewelry than I thought!

I hope this inspires you to get out of your comfort zone and create a festive look for 4th of July. We are celebrating, so it’s ok to have a little fun with your outfit.

Thanks for reading!

XO,

Simone

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