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Fourth of July Outfit Inspiration from Olivia Palermo

Olivia Palermo's denim shirt and red seersucker shorts look is perfect for summer holidays like the Fourth of July!
Here's how a fashion It-girl might dress for the Fourth of July, taking a look back at this Olivia Palermo outfit from 2013 that's still 100% on-point today!

The fashionista paired a denim chambray shirt with a pair of woven red and white shorts, then finished with a red bag, floral flats and edgy metal link belt.

Right now LOFT is having a spectacular sale so it's the perfect time to pick up some summer shorts like Olivia's at 50% off! I'm loving this pair, this pair and this pair, all of which would work well with this outfit.

For more inspiration (aka enabling) you can see what I bought at LOFT recently in this post.

MORE: Olivia Palermo's Off-the-Shoulder Top and White Sneakers Look for Less

Olivia Palermo's denim shirt and red seersucker shorts look is perfect for summer holidays like the Fourth of July!

Shop the Look for Less:


SHIRT: Merona at Target Denim Favorite Shirt (just $24.99!)
SHORTS: LOFT Seersucker Shorts (now 50% off with code SPARKLER - also love these or these, both half-off!)
BELT: Rebecca Minkoff Metal Conchos Belt
BAG: Merona at Target faux leather tote (top rated, under $40)
SHOES: Kellie & Katie Tropical Floral Print Flats (under $30! comes in 3 prints that would totally work for this outfit!)
SUNGLASSES: Grinderpunch Sunglasses (have and love)
WATCH: Nine West Boyfriend Watch (top rated)




Olivia Palermo Photo Credit: Abaca USA / BACKGRID


Comments
Clever outfit, so subtle. None of the pieces match, yet they do the way they work here...!
#1 Chacha on 2017-06-30 09:19 (Reply)
My favorite style icon ever!!! Love those shorts you linked! Hope you guys have a great fourth!

Heidi || Wishes & Reality
#2 Heidi on 2017-06-30 10:40 (Reply)
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