If you're headed to a Fourth of July party this year, you may have started seeking out your best red, white and blue outfits for the festivities.
But rather than buy into too many trends, we're looking to style our ensembles with pieces we can continue wearing year-round. Luckily, this particular color combination is extremely versatile.
In fact, stylist Allison Bornstein tells "Good Morning America" she would consider red, white and blue year-round neutrals for a capsule wardrobe: "I think the combination of red, white and blue is always a timeless mix," she said.
For example, "blue jeans and a white T-shirt are just about as classic as you can get and two very important staples in all wardrobes," Bornstein said. "I also think a pop of red is an excellent touch when you want to add a little something. A red shoe or bag can brighten up any look and add a little color."
Bornstein said shoppers should consider how many ways they can wear an item when they're shopping for trendier or on-theme pieces.
"I like to advise my clients to imagine three ways to wear something before buying it. This will ensure that it is a versatile piece and one that will enhance your wardrobe," she said.
So, how would Bornstein style a look for the Fourth of July?
"I love a classic look so I would probably keep it really simple with a pair of cut-off denim shorts, a white tank and a denim button-down," she said. "...I would opt for a red nail to get a little red in the mix! I love this look because they are all pieces I have in my wardrobe and will continue to wear throughout the summer! The best looks are the ones that feel timeless and aligned with your personal style."
Shop Bornstein's picks (and more) below.
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