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Our Favorite Red, White & Blue Styles for the 4th of July

A roundup of our favorite shoes for the 4th of July!

It’s the time of the year again to celebrate our great country’s independence. So we are excited to share with you our favorite red, white and blue styles to rock for the 4th of July! Whether you are headed out to a pool party, BBQ, beach, park picnic, or to watch the fireworks, we’ve got you covered!

Play

4th of July is one of those fun holidays where you can get all glammed up with colors, glitter and star patterns. Our Play sneaker is literally the most celebratory shoe we carry for all women’s, kids, and toddlers. You are going to love the red, white, and blue colors with ultra-cute star print. Not only are they very comfortable and chic, they definitely make a celebratory statement. Pair them with denim shorts and a white tank for a look that is effortless and fun. Shop it here.

Aussie

But if you’re more like me and like subtle and simplistic outfits, Aussie in Baby Blue Smoked is the perfect sneaker for you. You can dress up Aussie with just about anything in your closet, ranging from a sundress to shorts and tee or jeans and a blouse. Aussie features a pre-distressed upper with top-stitching, terry cloth lining, and a slip-on entry making it super easy to wear.

Granola-B

If you have pool parties or beach bonfires on your calendar for the 4th of July, look no further than the iconic strappy sandal. Some of our favorites to wear during this time of season are Garliss in Blue Smokey Twill,  Berg in Smoke Dyecut/Pewter Cosmic Metallic Faux Leather and Granola-B in Fog Grey/ Mist/ Steel Cosmic Dyecut Faux Leather. They are not just uber-comfortable, they are super chic. Trust us, people will want to know where you got your shoes from. 

We’d to love to see where you’ll be celebrating the 4th of July this year. And which shoes you’re partying in! Tag us Instagram @blowfishmalibu for a chance to be featured. 

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