Tags: 4th of July, Style Syllabus

There is no better time to wear your red, white, and blue than the 4th of July weekend.  Better yet, if styled right you can also avoid looking like you are wearing the flag itself.  Add other basic pieces and colors to keep it wearable and chic.  Also, non striped patterns are a great way to be not so obvious.  Here are three patriotic inspired looks by our Plvsh personal stylists for a fun packed weekend ahead.

Bright and Bold

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Get the Look: Print Pleated Skirt | Flutter Sleeve Cutout Top | Ann Klein Dress Sandal | Outline Satchel

This chic look is more for a night out on the town after the fireworks. A floral patterned skirt is a great way to wear red, white, and blue but keep it low key.  We do throw in some stripes with a versatile structured bag in navy and white.  Tuck in a subtly sexy open shoulder shirt for a flattering silhouette. Choosing a skirt that sits higher on the waist accentuates your natural waistline, especially with a belt or tucked shirt.  Complete the look with a dressy midi heel sandal so you can dance all night long.

Subtle Blues

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Get the Look: NYDJ Stretch Rolled Cuff Short | Striped Split Neck Tunic | Kenneth Kole Sneaker | Wire Hoop Earrings

Want to keep it more subtle? Opt for this comfortable beach inspired 4th of July plus size look.  A loose tunic looks effortlessly chic when half tucked into a long short.  Add a statement accessory like these double hoop earrings to dress it up a bit.  Throw on a pair of white sneakers as a cool shoe option.

Keeping It Casual

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Get the Look: Sleeveless Top with Lace Trim | Linen Pant | Elastic Flat Sandal | Hexagon Studs

For an ultra casual outfit choose a loose linen pant for the 4th of July BBQ.  It has an stretchable waist band and wider pant leg to keep you moving. You’ll be ready for any lawn game they throw at you. A lace trimmed red top adds a feminine touch to keep it flirty.  Understated deep blue jewelry and strappy sandals add that little bit of festivity.

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