10 Festive Finds For Your 4th of July Party
Party like it's 1776 with these red, white, and blue picks that show off your patriotic side.
You come to us for food, not fashion. We get it. But we also couldn't help ourselves from rounding up some of the latest and greatest 'MURICA-themed clothing items, accessories, and other party starters (AKA alcohol). You've got to wear something to that cookout, right? And bring a little something for the host, too. So why not make it festive by choosing one of our hand-picked favorites from the gallery below? You can go all out and sport red, white, and blue from head to toe. Or play it cool with just one pop of patriotism. You decide.
Click through the slideshow below to see our picks!
The Graf Lantz Co Star (get it?) Felt Multipack coasters could make even bottled water look Instagrammable. Coordinating trivets are also available. $24/Set of 4, graflantz.com
Relaxed fit jeans mean you won't have to say no to seconds or dessert. Splurge on Hudson's star-studded Riley Relaxed Crop Straight Jeans, and you'll have something to wear for every major summer holiday. $197, hudsonjeans.com
If that game of cornhole (or beer pong!) literally gets heated, soak a MISSION Enduracool Microfiber Cooling Towel in water, wring it out, and snap it in the air. Then drape it around your neck for instant chill vibes. $15, amazon.com
You'll be the star of the BBQ if you show up with a bottle of the limited-edition Absolut America, which sports an abstract Old Glory on its label. Share a photo of the bottle on social with the hashtag #AbsolutAmerica, and the company will donate $1 for each post to Keep America Beautiful or a local charity. From $20 to $30, absolut.com/us/america
The 361 Degrees Feisu Women's Running Shoe in Risk Red/White transitions from workout to cookout seamlessly. $120, amazon.com
Wear the Darn Tough Vermont Stars/Stripes Micro Crew Ultra-Light with the sneakers from the last slide for a fully festive sock-and-shoe game. They come with a lifetime guarantee. No joke. So you'll never deal with a holey sock again, at least when it comes to this pair. $19, darntough.com
Chandon's American Brut is another festive limited-edition bottle to get the party started, particularly if you're dealing with a Bellini brunch versus a beer kind of crowd. $26, chandon.com
Even if you just take one cute pic in Bracket's 4th of July Headbands, they're worth it. $15/Set of 5, shopbracket.com
One of our favorite water bottles, the custom-colored Hydroflask My Hydro, all dressed up for America's Birthday. From $34, hydroflask.com
If you need any last minute decorating ideas, check out design blogger Emily Henderson's Fourth of July patio set up. Don't know what to make for the potluck picnic you're headed to? Dessert always gets the job done, particularly if you stick to classic dishes in America's colors. Happy Fourth of July!