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Boating Outfit Ideas: Fourth of July Edition

You haven’t fished for your boating outfit yet, did you? And America’s birthday is just around the corner, too. Look, I know it’s late, but you still have plenty of time to piece together an outfit that makes you shine out in the sun and water. It doesn’t matter what your personality or style is, right below are some ideas you can use to get you looking right.

sunhat for fourth of julyClassic & Cool – Keep it Simple: Starting from the Top

Sun rays are beaming and it’s going to be scorching hot so let’s find the perfect pair of sunglasses with a cute hat to keep your face from melting. Add a pair of denim shorts and a cool shirt and you can’t be hot and bothered, even in Miami. Mix and match, but keep it classic and minimize your accessories. This way you won’t have to worry about losing an earring.

Versatility – Body Goals

Want to save some coins? Cop a one-piece swimsuit. Put on a pair of boyfriend jeans or shorts on top of your suit and volia! You’ve got yourself an insta-outfit. By doing this, your day look effortlessly turns into an evening look, which takes your style from boat to shore. You’ll be comfy while watching the fireworks.

one piece swimsuit  one piece swimsuit with denim shorts


A summertime staple — light, airy and easy to put on. When you decide to get in the water, you can quickly take off the dress overhead and put it back on later in no time.

And fellas, can’t forget about you guys…

But you can still look festive. Shorts and button down tops will help catch the winds from the sailing all day until the fireworks. Boating shoes are ideal for walking along the dock so that you will not slip when the floor is wet.

All in all, the Fourth of July is all about celebration. And with these ideas, you are sure to be the life of the party — stylish and comfortable.

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About the Writer

JoAnne has called South Florida home for the past 20 years. She’s currently pursuing a degree in Journalism and creative writing. In her off time, she loves boat riding, photography and loves helping others.

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