Revitalize the classic sailor-stripe pattern with this flirty dress by Buckley K. The Chicago sisters behind the brand take an international, travel-inspired approach to the line’s effortless styles, but when it comes to production, they keep it local. Every piece is produced in Chicago or New York.
Summer is best spent in bright white. These shorts from New York Garment District advocate Nanette Lepore feature a subtle, textured pattern and a sophisticated, wide-leg silhouette to elevate your look. Just keep the ketchup far, far away.
Rather than simply being military inspired, these aviators from Randolph Engineering are the real deal. The company has been supplying sunglasses to the U.S. Military since the '70s. Civilians can adopt the style with these 23-carat, gold-plate finish sunglasses.
Gentlemen, step up your sneaker game with a pair from New Balance’s Made in USA line in good ol’ red, white, and blue. These sneaks were inspired by our country’s national parks, but look just as cool on city streets.
A breezy, lightweight dress complements the laid-back style of Fourth of July barbecues. This blue one from Steven Alan has stylish details like a tiered bottom, tiny dots, and a loose tie at the waist.
Made from comfortable cotton, this Oxford shirt from Club Monaco matches everything already in your closet, from dark denim to madras shorts. The button-down collar keeps it casual, so you’ll be the best dressed, yet not overdressed, on Independence Day.
The maxi length reigns supreme this season. Pair this crisp white dress with simple sandals for a picnic, or dress it up with bold jewelry and statement heels if your fireworks-watching plans involve a swanky rooftop party.