July 3, 2015

Outfit: Blue Striped Shift Dress, Red Cardigan, and Gold Glitter Loafers

Navy Blue Striped Cotton Dress, Red Boyfriend Cardigan, and Gold Glitter Loafers

Happy Fourth of July weekend to all of my American readers! I have a wonderful 3 day weekend so I have the day off to spend with Matt. We're headed down to Cumberland island for an overnight trip and then back home for some sort of festivities. I'm looking forward to taking some pretty pictures down by the coast of Georgia. Perhaps I'll share some with you!

Anyway, this outfit is pretty patriotic-looking to me so I figured it was a good one to share for this holiday weekend. I wear a lot of red, white, and blue because I love how those colors pair together. The nautical vibe is perfect for summertime - not that I don't wear nautical-inspired outfits at other times of the year too. This striped shift dress was from the kids' section at Walmart and I had to get it because it was such a comfy basic piece. I paired a red boyfriend cardigan with it and my sparkly gold glitter loafers. 

Gold Vintage Statement Necklace
Tortoiseshell Sunglasses, Striped Dress, Gold Necklace
4th of July Outfit: Red Cardigan, Navy Blue Striped Shift Dress, and Sparkly Gold Glitter Flats
dress: walmart | cardigan: forever 21 | loafers: target | necklace: great grandma's | sunglasses: gift

What are you wearing this weekend? Anything exuberantly patriotic? I have to plan my weekend outfits still - probably just normal ones, not exuberant. I plan on perusing your blogs this evening to get some inspiration though.

Have a fantastic Friday!


angelina said...

Love your hair color! Is it hard to maintain? I've heard that red is the quickest to fade out. We're not doing anything special this weekend, just staying in and spending time with each other! Hope you have a great weekend!

Angelina Is

Ali Hval said...

Man, I was the most unpatriotic fool on the Fourth, haha! I fell asleep early, but my family did cook out, so I suppose that counts for something. I love your nautical fourth look. Navy stripes, heck yes.

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