Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Three 4th of July Outfit Ideas

The 4th of July is always one of my favorite weekends of the summer. Depending on what day of the week the holiday falls on, I generally take a good amount of time off, pack up all of my favorite beach outfits, and spend more time in the water than on land. It's always such a sunny, relaxing little break that I am so looking forward to again this year! And while not going overboard, I do try to sport red, white & blue during the week of the 4th. Here are some outfits I will be rocking next week!
1. Stars & Stripes
You've got to rock at least one American flag over the week of the 4th! But there are so many ways to do it without looking cheesy. I scored these patriotic shorts on sale at Urban Outfitters a few years back, and I wear them almost every year for the occasion. My platform shoes can be found here.
2. Romping
I love rompers because of how easily they transition from day to night. I could wear this red, white & blue romper over my bikini during a 4th of July beach day, and then throw on some heels to dress the outfit up at night. My romper can be found here and my fringed heels can be found here.
3. Out on the Town
Once the fireworks have ended, paint the town red in a festive dress. If your heading to a casual house party, pair it with some comfy sandals like these nude lace-ups that are quickly becoming my favorites. If you are heading out to the bars, this dress also looks great with nude heels! My dress can be found here and sandals can be found here.
And if you are interested in any of the jewelry I'm wearing in this post, it's all from RocksBox! Have you heard of them? Essentially, they're a jewelry subscription service, where you pay a small monthly fee to receive pieces of fun, designer jewelry on loan. The coolest part about their service is the quiz you take before signing up, which helps you identify which types of jewelry you do and don't like so that each box will be tailored to your personal style. I tend to get tired of bracelets and necklaces pretty quickly, so the fact that RocksBox allows you to basically refresh your jewelry collection whenever you want is pretty awesome! Plus, if you really love an item and don't want to part with it, you can simply keep it when you send the rest of the box back, and RocksBox will just automatically charge you for the cost. I think the gold bar earrings in this post are definitely going to be keepers! And BONUS - if you want to try it out for yourself, RocksBox had kindly offered my readers their first month free when you sign up using the code lindseybachxoxo. I'm having so much fun with it and get so excited to get my new box in the mail - so I highly recommend it if you are an accessory lover.
I hope everyone has a wonderful Fourth! I'll leave you with some outtakes of what the 4th of July (and backyard photo shoots) really look like. ;)

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