4th of July Shoe Favorites

Posted: June 25, 2012 at 2:44 pm by

Flag Girl

How do you show your patriotic spirit? Maybe you march in the parade, pack a picnic to watch fireworks, or just enjoy the time barbequing with friends and family. Me, I’m more than likely going to build a campfire, roast some hotdogs and marshmallows, and enjoy the fireworks from our backyard. Regardless of what you do this 4th of July, having an all-American pair of shoes will show your patriotic pride.

Check out my shoe picks for this 4th:

 

Madden Girl Women's Wisperr Sandal
This wedge by Madden Girl would be a great complement to any white or blue outfit. The colorful stripes on the 5-1/4” wedge make a big statement (think Grand Canyon big!) and will help you stand above the crowd.

Madden Girl Women’s Wisperr Sandal
$49.95

 

 Chinese Laundry Women's All Done Flat

This ballet flat by Chinese laundry couldn’t be more patriotic bedecked in red, white, and blue. The tribal pattern is right on trend, making this a great choice for the whole summer, not just the 4th.

Chinese Laundry Women’s All Done Flat
$59.95

 

 Puma Women's Glyde Lo Oxford
This cherry red puma would look great with a pair of dark denim skinnies and an American flag t-shirt. Great for running around and having a grand ol’ time this 4th of July.

Puma Women’s Glyde Lo Oxford
$61.95

 

 Madden Girl Women's Jassperr Sandal
Shine like the fireworks in the sky with this gold-spangled heel by Madden Girl. A great glitzy choice for any occasion, this shoe shows the world that you always go for the gold.

Madden Girl Women’s Jassperr Sandal
$49.95

 

 Ariat Women's Rhinestone Cowgirl Boot
Nothing says Americana like a classic cowboy boot.  Studded with rhinestones and built with Advanced Torque Stability (ATS®), this hard-working boot will keep you on your feet and looking fabulous all day (and night) long!

Ariat Women’s Rhinestone Cowgirl Boot
$199.95

 

Image Credit: Flag Girl


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