If you’re thinking of dressing up for any 4th of July plans you’ve lined up but don’t want to interpret the “red, white, and blue” theme too literally, check out the 5 fresh outfit ideas ahead, courtesy of your favourite celebrity trendsetters and street-style stars. From updated stripes to all-over florals, here are some formulas you can try over the holiday, and continue to wear all season long.
When in doubt, grab a striped shirt. It’s always a solid pairing for your jeans. A more sculptural, unconventional style—like this one-shouldered, asymmetric-hem blouse—gives a staple a much-appreciated update.
Shirt dress Mango R 1399 | Jeans Woolworths R 499 | Belt Bag R 400 and Red heels R 699 both Topshop
If you go the colour-blocking route, keep it simple and bold— knit blue top with high-waisted, wide-legged red trousers, for instance.
Knit Mango R 599 | Red trousers Zara R 1099 | White boots DailyFriday at Superbalist R 599
All White, All White
Grab your Tide-to-go pen, and break out your brightest LWD for any barbecues, picnics, or other gatherings.
All it takes is a simple front-knot to turn your favourite statement tee into a crop top on the go. Take a page from the celeb style book, and wear yours with a pencil skirt, boots, and sporty jacket.
Tee Cotton On R 199 | Puffer Jacket H&M R 799 | Pencil skirt Topshop R 620 | Silver boot Woolworths R 599
Kicking it old skool
Stripes can serve as a backdrop piece in your look. Consider clashing prints and a pair of chucks.
Track top H&M R 329 | Trousers Cotton On R 399 | Chucks R 1200