What to Wear for the 4th of July ~ Last Minute Amazon Prime Edition!

I’m a MAJOR last-minute-shopper.  So about last week I realized that I’m pregnant (with a belly that finally popped!) for the fourth of July and had nothing in my closet that was red, white, or blue that fit me that would be appropriate for any of the plans we have!

Amazon Prime to the rescue!! I have linked as many details for y’all as I could, but I found all of these cute, quick options on Amazon Prime and they were all under $20 each! You should still have time to get these delivered by Tuesday if you really need it for the Fourth, but they are also just great summer options as well! All are cotton and lightweight which is all I want to wear right now! lol.

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What to Wear for the Fourth of July Option 1- Cute

This dress is SO comfy! I have been living in it since I ordered it!  I went with a Large so that I have room for my belly to grow. Normally, I would have went with a Medium to make sure it was long enough- I actually think I could have worn a Medium now, it just wouldn’t have as much growing room.  It’s just a little swing dress and is so lightweight and comfy without being sheer or see-through. It comes in lots of other colors too! I think I’ll be needing to stock up on one or two more!

I love pairing a cottond dress with sneakers for a BBQ or day outside, and it also looks cute with a baseball hat!


LONG NECKLACE: Kendra Scott/ LIPS: Fly Girl LipSense/ SUNNIES: RayBan




What to Wear for the Fourth of July Option 2- Casual

This little t-shirt is something that I usually wouldn’t buy, but since the Fourth is on a Wednesday, we are just planning to be super casual.  That said, I thought this tee was classic looking and cute!  I paired it with denim shorts and some little espedrille flats to dress it up just a tad.  I also added a lightweight chambray over it- sometimes I get cold in the evenings or want a light layer to hide from the bugs! lol.

I actually love the material of this tee- it is a little thicker, but still soft and lightweight!  You definitely wouldn’t have any issues with it being see through or too sheer!  Again, I went with a Large for my belly and to have some growing room, but I probably would have gone Medium pre-pregnancy.  The best thing about this tee is it’s under $15!


SHOES: Tory Burch/ SHORTS: Target- maternity/ LIPS: Fly Girl LipSense


What to Wear for the Fourth of July Option 3- Dressier

I LOVE this top! It is so loose, so I know it will be on rotation in my closet throughout my pregnant summer. lol.  The crochet top is SO cute!  It came in TONS of other colors and is just so comfy and flowly!  I paired it with jeans and heels- who knows?! The Fourth might end up a date night for some people since it’s in the middle of the week! lol.

I actually think I could be safe wearing a Medium in this top right now.  I did order a Large in it too though because my belly is getting bigger by the day.  I wanted to be safe rather than sorry.  Because it is actually a SMIDGE big right now, it is a little too long to pair with shorts for me at this point. As my belly grows, it won’t be though! My recommendation in this one would be to size DOWN if you’re between sizes.  Pre-pregnancy, I would have wanted this top in a Small to be able to tuck it and so it would be a little shorter.

Amazing price point again- this cute top is under $18!


JEANS: old/ EARRINGS: Shiela Fajl/ CLUTH: Kate Spade/ LIPS: Fly Girl LipSense


I hope these Amazon finds help you if you’re a last minute girl like me! I love all of them and you’ll definitely be seeing me in them this summer!

What are your Fourth of July plans?!

xoxo taylor


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