Fourth of July Patriotic Fashion Ideas

Paint is a fun way to wear the stars and stripes. Paint your full face, or just a “USA” or two. Make sure to use skin-safe paints! (Photo Credit: Phil Walter/Getty Images)
Face Paint Paint is a fun way to wear the stars and stripes. Paint your full face, or just a “USA” or two. Make sure to use skin-safe paints! (Photo Credit: Phil Walter/Getty Images)
Your fingers or toes can be patriotic too! Paint every other nail a different color, or if you’re crafty, try painting a flag. (Photo Credit: David Cannon/Getty Images)
USA Painted Nails Your fingers or toes can be patriotic too! Paint every other nail a different color, or if you’re crafty, try painting a flag. (Photo Credit: David Cannon/Getty Images)
A little scary, but these contact lenses are definitely a way to get people’s attention on the Fourth of July. (Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Contact Lenses A little scary, but these contact lenses are definitely a way to get people’s attention on the Fourth of July. (Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Go as one of the most famous women in America, the Statue of Liberty, who has welcomed thousands of people immigrating to the U.S. (Photo Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Dress as Lady Liberty Go as one of the most famous women in America, the Statue of Liberty, who has welcomed thousands of people immigrating to the U.S. (Photo Credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Little ones can join in on the fun! Make sure not to give kids any decorations with small parts. (Photo Credit: tinyfroglet)
Dress Up Your Kid Little ones can join in on the fun! Make sure not to give kids any decorations with small parts. (Photo Credit: tinyfroglet)
Four-legged friends want to party too! To be safe, don’t put your pooch in anything uncomfortable or too tight. (Photo Credit: Seriously Photographic (Jim))
Dress Up Your Dog Four-legged friends want to party too! To be safe, don’t put your pooch in anything uncomfortable or too tight. (Photo Credit: Seriously Photographic (Jim))
Pretty up your horse or pony Yankee Doodle style this Independence Day. (Photo Credit: richardmasoner)
Or Your Pony Pretty up your horse or pony Yankee Doodle style this Independence Day. (Photo Credit: richardmasoner)
The strangest animal we’ve seen celebrating, but this goat looks good! (Photo Credit: DrBacchus)
Or Your Goat The strangest animal we’ve seen celebrating, but this goat looks good! (Photo Credit: DrBacchus)
Paint just a little or paint a lot to make quite a statement. (Photo Credit: Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)
Body Paint Paint just a little or paint a lot to make quite a statement. (Photo Credit: Jamie McDonald/Getty Images)
Imitation is the highest form of flattery! Say thanks for heading the USA by dressing up as your favorite president. (Photo Credit: Jeff Kubina)
Dress Like a President Imitation is the highest form of flattery! Say thanks for heading the USA by dressing up as your favorite president. (Photo Credit: Jeff Kubina)
All the better to see the rockets’ red glare! (Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Flag Glasses All the better to see the rockets’ red glare! (Photo Credit: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Feel like going crazy with your outfit? Take a cue from these revelers. (Photo Credit: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
Go All Out Feel like going crazy with your outfit? Take a cue from these revelers. (Photo Credit: Stuart Franklin/Getty Images)
Top off your outfit with a fun American themed hat. (Photo Credit: Jeff Golden/Getty Images)
July Fourth Hats Top off your outfit with a fun American themed hat. (Photo Credit: Jeff Golden/Getty Images)
Meryl Streep works it out in a flag outfit. (Photo Credit: Francois Durand/Getty Images)
Celebrities Celebrate Too! Meryl Streep works it out in a flag outfit. (Photo Credit: Francois Durand/Getty Images)
Buy a pre-made flag purse, or you can sew or glue fabric over an old one you already have. (Photo Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
USA Purse Buy a pre-made flag purse, or you can sew or glue fabric over an old one you already have. (Photo Credit: Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
Not sure how he got that on, or if he can see, but there’s no doubt he’s celebrating America. (Photo Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
Full Body Suit Not sure how he got that on, or if he can see, but there’s no doubt he’s celebrating America. (Photo Credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)
A sparkly red, white or blue bobble is a fancy way to celebrate. (Photo Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Jewelry A sparkly red, white or blue bobble is a fancy way to celebrate. (Photo Credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)
Strutting around in red (or blue) shoes is a subtle way to show some spirit (Photo credit: ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
All American Shoes Strutting around in red (or blue) shoes is a subtle way to show some spirit (Photo credit: ANDREJ ISAKOVIC/AFP/Getty Images)
You may already have a bandana around the house. Tie around your neck, waist or in your hair for a stylish addition. (Photo Credit: Phil Cole/Getty Images)
Bandana You may already have a bandana around the house. Tie around your neck, waist or in your hair for a stylish addition. (Photo Credit: Phil Cole/Getty Images)
Carry a flag umbrella to shield the sun and show some pride. (Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Flag Umbrella Carry a flag umbrella to shield the sun and show some pride. (Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac/Getty Images)
Buy Old Glory earrings (some even light up) or use stickers for an instant style boost. (Photo credit: STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)
Flag Earrings Buy Old Glory earrings (some even light up) or use stickers for an instant style boost. (Photo credit: STAN HONDA/AFP/Getty Images)
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