Our Favorite Red, White, and Blue Dresses

In just a few days, we get to celebrate America’s birthday with red, white, and blue. We’ve got your American hairstyles and makeup looks covered, but what about your outfit? For some inspiration and to get in the spirit, we present to you our favorite red, white, and blue dresses!

Off-the-Shoulder Dresses

The off-the-shoulder trend isn’t going anywhere, so why not bring it into summer? Check out these dresses inspired by the 4th of July!

red, white, and blue dresses
Faviana Style S10093

Faviana Style S10093 is one of our fav red styles, hugging you in all the right places. This is perfect for almost any figure, featuring a classic high slit. Match this with your favorite American accessories!

red, white, and blue dresses
Faviana Style S10001

If you want a more elegant look with some shine, then a dress like Faviana Style S10001 is the way to go. This off-the-shoulder dress has beautiful back details, complimenting ivory with gold. Match the crystal accents with crystal jewelry and shoes.

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Faviana Style S10097

This blue dress is a modern day classic. The gorgeous Faviana Style S10097 showcases your shoulders with a ruffled top, a great choice for a more fun look. Accessorize with simple jewelry for July 4th.

Two-Piece Dresses

Long behold, the two-piece hasn’t gone away either. Whether you decide to rock a short two-piece or a long skirt, you’ll be sure to look boho-chic!

red, white, and blue dresses
Faviana Style 10045

Wear a red dress like Faviana Style 10045, featuring a cold shoulder and lace up back. The mesh fabric and flowing column skirt will certainly keep you cool throughout the day. The best part is that you can re-wear this top by matching it with other bottoms!

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Faviana Style S10070

This ivory two-piece is the definition of boho-chic. The ruffled off-the-shoulder top Faviana Style S10070 has adds a fun vibe, as the high slit gives it an edgy appeal. Wear this unique dress with a curly ponytail to really enjoy the day.

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Faviana Style S8065

For a short look, Faviana Style S8065 is the way to go. Both lacy and vivid, this blue off-the-shoulder dress features an embroidered and scalloped bodice. With a movable skirt, you’ll be on-trend and flowing with American spirit!

Short Red, White, and Blue Dresses

It’s summer, so of course it’s going to be hot. To truly be cool and breezy all day, opt for these short red, white, and blue dresses!

red, white, and blue dresses
Faviana Style 7851

Faviana Style 7851 is a graceful and timeless cocktail dress. The red, flowy number shows the perfect amount of skin, while being perfect for any figure. The beautiful lace-up details are super flattering and also ensures the right fit.

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Faviana Style 8064

If you’re looking for a short white dress, then we got you covered. Faviana Style 8064 is cheerful and polished, featuring a deep V-neckline with illusion tulle. This cocktail Mikado dress also has lace trimming, a lace inset on the full skirt, and even pockets!

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Faviana Style 8050

Last but not least, we have a fabulous blue dress. This satin, off-the-shoulder number will make you feel very sophisticated. Accessorize Faviana Style 8050 with large soft curls and dramatic earrings.

Share your favorite red, white, and blue dresses by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs!

xoxo,

Gina

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Gina Gargiulo

Marketing Assistant

Gina Gargiulo is an aspiring writer and alumni of the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoys that she can take her life-long passions of fashion and beauty and combine it with another love of hers, writing. She has many high dreams she's determined to achieve, while hoping to influence others along the way.

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