Red, White, and Blue

The week of 4th of July is a time of relaxation, family, and friends, but none of us take this sweet time for granted. We admire and respect all of the soldiers who have fought for our freedom.



There is no time like the present to look around and find those in your family or group of friends who have fought for our country and  to say “thank you” for their sacrifice.  You see,  a simple thank you could never be enough for the freedom we experience everyday. And as awkward as the notion may be- expressing in words your gratefulness that someone else would fight for you is never an excuse not to say it.


Fashion is a fun and adventurous journey! Susie and Michelle have a ball dressing up for blog posts. But nothing beats the honor of showing their patriotism through red, white, and blue attire.

Michelle is wearing Levi jeans with Ross wedges that are a neutral color. Add the red tank to the ensemble and all of a sudden it becomes 4th of July festive. The comono she added was fun and colorful to her kinda boring outfit.


Susie is wearing a red Calvin Klein dress with a blue and white striped scarf! She picked up her nifty scarf from Buffalo Express in Nashville! It really adds a pop to her dress and can serve as a shawl as well as a scarf.  Her blue Nine West shoes complete her patriotic look!




Your 4th of July outfit doesn’t always have to be overt the top. Sometimes the unassuming yet respectful color scheme can do the trick.

Whether you are thanking someone in your own family for fighting for your freedom of thanking a stranger- it doesn’t matter. A simple thank you goes a long way! And man- do we have loads to be thankful for!



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