Outfit Inspiration for the Fourth of July
Summer is in swing and the Fourth of July is just right around the corner. We have styled four looks for the occasion! We are celebrating by giving you 40% off the entire website until June 30th just use the code summersale, but before you check out all our great merchandise check out what we would wear for the Fourth of July!
The picture above is of Dolores in the Suzy Dress in Blue Rose Garden. This dress will only be $25.20 when the summersale code is applied! The Suzy Dress has boat neckline, a deep v in the back, an invisible zipper backclosure and front and back pleats. This dress is made from recycled factory excess fabrics, and is produced by Fairsew. "We at Fairsew believe it is possible to be a garment manufacturer that is transparent, that gives good service and that looks after its people. Based in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. Fairsew treats its employees fairly by providing them with a safe working environment, offers benefits well above the minimum levels for garment workers in Cambodia and gives staff opportunities for further learning and development."
The next outfit we chose was the Regina Dress in the red and white striped variation. It is made from 100% organic cotton that is fair trade from farmer to spinning. This dress has a scoop neckline with an elastic waistband and hits at the knee. The Regina dress is made by Assisi Garments in India that has a passion to make organic clothing the way of life for people all over the world. Their philosophy is to engage in Fairtrade principles and to assure equality of rights for those they trade with. This dress will only be $18.00 after the 40% off summersale code is applied.
The next ensemble features the ruffled dress in blue with the cuff clutch. This dress has a scoop neckline with a front and back ruffle detail across the bust. It is constructed from overstock yoga fabrics so it is both cute and comfortable. When the coupon code is applied it makes this dress a reasonable $21.00. Garrobo’s in El Salvador makes the dress; their purposes are to empower the underprivileged through employment focusing on single mothers and young women. To preserve and create new jobs and build entrepreneurial/managerial capacity and/or add to the skill sets of those who are directly involved in the project. They also seek to produce quality and well-designed articles and preserve artisanship in communities especially when it is a major source of employment while using local raw materials and natural resources whenever possible and reducing waste in the garment manufacturing industry.
The last outfit for the Fourth of July festivities is the Stevie Dress in the people print. It is made from recycled, hand screen-printed jersey. This dress has a scoop neckline with a gathered natural waistband, and hits at the knee. Fairsew in Cambodia produced the Stevie Dress. You can purchase this dress through our website for $45.60 using the code summersale.
Thanks for checking out what we would wear for the Fourth; we would love to see you what you styles you would wear post pictures to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook tagging @lizalig.