A STYLISH FOURTH OF JULY PARTY

The Fourth of July is one of our favorite holidays, and we’re throwing a super stylish bash to celebrate it. Here are our patriotic tips on how to decorate and accessorize for the big day.

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You can never have too much red, white, and blue on the Fourth of July! Add a whimsical touch to your table scape with blue gum balls, red licorice, white yogurt covered pretzels, and silver kisses in clear candy glass jars. Since most Independence Day parties are held during the day, now’s the time to break out some fun and cheeky sunnies – we love these white heart frames. A red sandal is the perfect way to add a pop of red to your outfit, and a statement gem necklace will add a festive touch.

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We love to include a few unexpected elements to our decorations when entertaining. Use stars and stripes studded toys for a youthful and nostalgic element.

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Nothing’s fresher than a white pump for any summer party, and we love the modern cutouts on this one (shop similar). Let your liberty ring with sparkly jewel earrings.

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At any party your bar (or bar cart) should be fully stocked! This is an area your guests will probably convene, so don’t forget to add a few festive touches to it. There’s no eyeware that’s more classically American than aviators, and gold wedges make any outfit look noteworthy.

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When it came to glassware, we chose white glasses for mixed cocktails and starry champagne glasses for champagne. Red lollipops add a sweet touch.

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StyleSpotter is a major time saver when searching for an Independence day outfit. Use the filters to instantly find red, white, and blue picks from all the top online stores. Download it in the App Store.

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Lastly, you can never have too much confetti! What do you think of our party decor? Leave a comment below.

 

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By Kasha Cabato

Kasha Cabato is a fashion industry professional who specializes in marketing and social media. She is a graduate of Parsons The New School for Design and lives in Los Angeles, CA.

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