Style Grammar Your Fourth of July Weekend

STYLING Emily Ruane

WORDS Sasha Patil

Summer is finally in full swing!
Celebrate the holiday out and about in the summer sun.
This is how we will be wearing Grammar shirts everyday this weekend.

A summer day in the sun For your 4th of July plans, pair the Quotation tee with a statement print on bottom.The puffy sleeves are a fun twist to the classic white t-shirt, easily paired with any color or print in your closet. We love to unbutton the last two buttons and tie in the back to match the sleeves!











A Summer Day in the Sun

Wear the Quotation Tee with red pants for a cute patriotic look.









This outfit will be perfect for an afternoon barbeque or a day out and about in the sun, and the long red pants will keep you looking smart through the evening’s fireworks.









Quotation Tee Details

You can tie the Quotation Tee in the back for a more form fitting silhouette.









For a chilly summer night.When the temperature drops on a chillier summer night, you can wear a vintage kimono over the Pronoun’s stunning long cuffs to stay warm.This dress has a long tie at the waist that can be manipulated to be form-fitting around the waist or tied loosely in the front, depending on your mood. This look is perfect for a sweet summer evening out.









For the Chilly Summer Night.

Pair the Pronoun with a kimono to keep you warm.









Stay true to red, white, and blue!The Present Participle shirt has a flirty peplum that is guaranteed to flatter your waist. The cap sleeves on this shirt will keep you cool for the warmer weather, too. We love this shirt with bright blue pants and open shoes to achieve a stunning patriotic summer look. Tie a scarf around your wrist for a new twist on a bracelet and another pop of color.

Styling for this shoot by Emily Ruane (@omg___itsemily)
Clothing for styling graciously loaned by Meeps (@meepsdc)

Stay True to Red, White, and Blue!

Wear the Present Participle with blue pants for the perfect outfit for your long weekend.