OUTFIT IDEAS

Save Big on Outfits at Macy’s 4th of July Sale

The Fourth of July holiday is almost upon us. Ahead of the fireworks and backyard barbecues, Macy’s is having an epic July 4th sale. 

These are Macy’s lowest prices of the year. Take advantage of it by saving on everything from clothing to shoes to handbags to jewelry, and even home items. Some exclusions apply.

Here are a few cute summer looks I’ve put together to get you started, and they’re all at hugely discounted prices!

Cargo Shorts

Longer shorts are in style this summer which is welcome news to many of us. But just because they are longer doesn’t mean they are boring. Here’s a pair of cute Bermuda cargo shorts with a chic Out of Africa look and feel.

Pair them with this juicy linen from tie top for a rich, earthy look and then add some gold sandals with studs to up the glam factor. This cute floral print bag is a gorgeous finishing touch.

Chambray Shirtdress

The Chambray shirtdress has become a summer classic and if you have somehow missed out, now is the time to pick one up. What I love about this kind of dress is that it can be worn in so many ways. You can wear it as is, over leggings. This is a great wardrobe staple and very easy to wear with some natural straw accessories.

Cropped Wide Leg Pants

Tired of jeans and shorts? Then try a pair of wide-legged cropped pants. Everyone is wearing these lately because they’re different, cool in the summer and have a relaxed summer vibe. These drawstring ones look very comfy and when worn with a white tank top, these walking sandals and this artsy bag they make a cute summer outfit.

White Denim Skort

It’s not a skirt, and it’s not shorts. This white denim skirt is always handy in summer because it’s practical and looks great so many things. This pretty floral top with the ruffle sleeves is light and feminine and looks great with white flats and a blush-colored bag.

Be sure to stop by Macy’s online and check out their big Summer sale. I like to pick up things now to wear this summer and on my winter vacation. Why pay full price?

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