Your Official 4th of July Style Checklist

What should go on your official wardrobe checklist for the 4th, our fellow fashionistas? We're here to tell you.

Your Official 4th of July Checklist
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So you’ve been mentally and physically preparing yourself for the annual celebration that is the 4th of July. What should be on your official checklist? We're here to tell you. Check out these must-have items fashionistas need for this year's festivities. Bring on the fireworks, BBQ's, beach and booze – happy birthday America!

We all know the quintessentially fabulous 4th of July 'fit (whether or not you only wear it once per year) is a must. To imitate the above-pictured style, here's what you need: A pristine all-white outfit consisting of trendy white lace crop and matching skirt, contrasted beautifully by a denim jacket in a classic dark blue shade. (You can never go wrong with dark denim!) Punch up your outfit with fun and unique accessories like flirty emoji earrings, and/or a youthful strawberry-shaped crossbody bag.

Headed to the beach? Don't forget to bring your towel, non-oily spray sunscreen and straw hat for maximum practicality and style. Check, check, and check.

Outfit details: Rotita Lace Strappy Crop Top and Skirt Two Piece Dress, $21, at rotita.com, RAG & BONE Panama Straw Hat, $295, at selfridges.com, Kate Spade New York 'Tell All' Emoji Stud Earrings, $48, at nordstrom.com, Casetify iPhone 6 American Flag USA Case in Red, Blue, White Aztec Pattern, $39.95, at casetify.com, Betsey Johnson Strawberry Crossbody, $78, at macys.com, Topshop MOTO Raw Indigo Western Jacket, $75, at Topshop, Steve Madden Women's Surfside Platform Wedges Sandals, $80, at Steve Madden.

I am a beauty, fashion and lifestyle editor at Livingly. Lover of wine, glitter, festival fashion, and everything op-ed. You can reach me at kimia.madani@livingly.com.
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