Must You Wear Red, White, and Blue on the 4th of July? July 4, 2007 by POPSUGAR Fashion 37 Save 0 Favorite 0 Source Must You Wear Red, White, and Blue on the 4th of July? Totally - it feels so wrong not to wear the old R, W, & B on the 4th! No way, I feel like a cheeseball doing that. Sometimes. But only if I'm in an especially patriotic mood! Not applicable - I don't celebrate it silly! Other - do tell! 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GlamorousQueen 6 years I dont get this !!!????!?!!!???!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?! pinupsweetheart 6 years I just wore a comfy red cotton dress with little white flowers printed all over. It didn't scream AMERICA but it put me in the mood. hvnly34 6 years If we have a barbeque I wear red, white and blue and dress the kids in red, white and blue. It's fun! southernbelleNYC 6 years It's the only time of the year when you CAN wear a complete red, white, and blue outfit and not feel totally cheesy, so you must take advantage! meganekko 6 years I've actually seen a lot of cute patriotic shirts that are not red, white and blue. Kohl's sells a lot of pastel ones with some red, white and blue and some that are in pastels with the letters 'USA.' I don't think it has to be R,W & B to be patriotic. Maybe in the past it was more common to wear R, W & B but I was at a party today and nobody had it on. Fourteen of us had on regular clothes. Nothing wrong with that. evita 6 years i feel like wearing any kind of dark denim is patriotic as i can get! and that's a great pic of Kate! Mickey-tee 6 years no i dont think so imtheheppest 6 years I dress up for all the holidays - cheesy I know! But I don't go all crazy and everything. I will wear blue jeans, a red shirt and like a white jacket or white flip flops. But I can't dress up for July 4th tonight, I'll be working! lol clepiau 6 years Sure! I'm not afraid to show the love! I'm currently wearing jeans, a white top, and a red beaded necklace. I look quite fashionable, thank you very much. :raspberry: madhatter 6 years It depends - I just happen to have a navy cotton skirt with cream polka dots, and I'm going to wear it with a white blouse and my red Steve Maddens to fireworks tonight, if I end up going. But it's not like I'd go BUY an outfit or post flags all over the place - it's mostly because I just happen to have the ingredients. prettywarrior 6 years I think it's cute to wear patriotic colors on the 4th (as an American). I always do, but today it's a red ribbed tank top and blue jeans and white sandals, so it's not over-the-top. Wearing red, white, and blue doesn't have to be cheesy. cocca 6 years if you were a true american and really proud of your country and want to show your appreciation for what they do for u, i don't see why not? of course it doesn't always have to be so cheesy like wearing a damn shirt with a flag on it because everyone has their own taste in clothes and fashion... as for me, i tend to step out of my box and try to have fun with my outfits... i mean, it's only one freaking day! and it's totally your choice to wear it or not. i'm a participator and a lover, not a hater unless people hate on me. :raspberry: but this is my fashion motto "haters, quit being jealous of me"... :P swwonder 6 years Not applicable. But a lady at work who is American was wearing red, white and blue and had flags sticking out her bags - she looked quite cute. SweetFirefly 6 years I'm American, but I would NEVER wear red, white and blue together. Lol! mommie 6 years I am today but its because I have an outfit handy. If I didn't I wouldn't bother. I have gone to 4th picnics wearing totally different colors. pinkdragonfly 6 years Haha only for theme parties! Not today though. butterfly7 6 years I would do like jeans,white top, and red jewelry and flats or sandals. craving_vintage 6 years I think it's approriate but you don't have to do it. I like to do it as long as it doesn't look cheesy. :ROTFL: Sonnshine 6 years I'm not American. But on Queensday I wear orange. But not red, white and blue (which are also Dutch colors) ;D Kkkkkkkkkkk 6 years Well a comparable question for me would be "Do you wear green on St Patricks day?" and the answer would be a resounding "NO" sparklemeetspop 6 years I love dressing in holiday colors. I get it from my family, although I don't do it a la cheesy. But my mom manages to look cute in her flag earrings and sweater, and those darn baseball looking Keds. crazygirl93 6 years If I was American I would totally do that, for St. George's day and St. Andrew's I dress up in the colours. (I'm English and Scottish) glam sugar 6 years No way, not on purpose anyway. Maybe I'll wear 1 or 2 colors but not all 3.... Talldiva45 6 years No cheesy to wear all - you could do it separately though. All about being subtle. You Might Also Like beach Mar 22, 2007 WTF?! (You Tell Me Edition) the royals Dec 05, 2013 Kate Takes Prince George Out For a Stroll TV Feb 02, 2011 Jamie Oliver Joins Cooking Channel With New Travel Show Hair Nov 07, 2013 Kate Middleton Does Something New With Her Hair, and We Like It!