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4th of July Small Shop Shopping Guide

The Fourth of July is right around the corner! Dressing up for holidays is one of my favorites parts of celebrating. We always dress up in the cutest coordinating outfits – of course, all from small shops! I’ve rounded up the best 4th of July products from small shops for mom, baby and kids… Happy shopping!

  1. Man Cub Tank (via Loved by Hannah & Eli) – I love this patriotic tank top! We love this brand and my little guy has several different versions of the “Man Cub” tank/tee!
  2. Babe in the USA (via Moots Clothing) – The perfect tank top for all those babes made in the USA!
  3. Necklace (via Maks Chic Designs) – My girls love these chunky necklaces! This shop has jewelry for every occasion and we cannot get enough.
  4. Red Harems (via The Little Ham) – I dieeee over these harems! Incredible handmade quality, too!
  5. Red Name Leotard (via Leotudes) – We obviously own several of these personalized leotards and are obsessed with them. The red one would be perfect for Independence Day!
  6. Firework Bow (via Bow and Anchor Co) – Our go-to bow shop. These firework bows are adorable, and they also have solid red, white or blue pom pom bows!
  7. Sister Bear Fringe Dress (via Loved by Hannah & Eli) – The perfect coordinating dress to go with the man cub tank!
  8. I Speak American Tee (via Wire and Honey) – We love this shop and what they stand for, and this tee is too perfect!
  9. Mama Bear Raglan (via Loved by Hannah & Eli) – I love the star details on the sleeves!
  10. I’m Free Fringe Dress (via Anson + Me) – Fringe dresses are my fave and the message on this one is perfection!
  11. Swim Shorts (via Little Adi + Co.) – If your little man is spending the Fourth swimming, he needs these trunks!
  12. Crazy Proud Tank (via Gentry California) – This tank is perfect for summer nights and if you’re proud to be an American… you need it!

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