LOOK 1: DISTRESSED JEANS || BLUE BOMBER JACKET || SIMILAR WHITE TOP HERE AND HERE || WEDGES || SIMILAR SADDLE BAG || SUNGLASSES || RED EARRINGS || INITIAL NECKLACE || TURQUOISE RING
LOOK 2: DENIM BERMUDA SHORTS || SIMILAR WHITE TOP HERE AND HERE || GOLD SANDALS || TOTE BAG || SUNGLASSES || RED EARRINGS || INITIAL NECKLACE || TURQUOISE RING
Happy Fourth of July! I always look forward to the Fourth every year, and it never loses it’s excitement for me. I’m so ready to spend the day relaxing and swimming with the family all day, and then going to the football field where Garrett and I went to high school to watch a big fireworks show together at night. It’s one of my very favorite traditions of ours!
This year I wanted to style two looks that would be perfect for the Fourth. Both looks are classic and trendy, but simple enough to pull off in a pinch! I just discovered Liverpool Jeans, and I am so impressed with the quality of their clothing. Their jeans look and feel like high end jeans, but the prices are so much better. My distressed jeans, this adorable blue bomber jacket, and these Bermuda shorts are all under $100! The jeans are soft with a great stretch to them, and these longer jean shorts are the cutest pair I have found. I love the color and distressing on them. To say I’m obsessed with this blue bomber may be an understatement. When I saw it, I knew it would be perfect for wearing the night of the Fourth. It is buttery soft and super stretchy, which I wasn’t expecting!
When it comes to the Fourth, I love finding unique and versatile pieces that are comfortable enough to wear all day and night. If you haven’t heard of Liverpool Jeans, go check them out. They have so many cute options for wearing all summer long! Shop by July 15th using the promo code LEANNE40 to get 40% OFF your favorite looks at LiverpoolJeans.com. The best part is everything is already under $100!
in partnership with Liverpool Jeans | photography by Jordan Zobrist
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Love those knee length shorts!
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