Fourth of July Kid Fashion

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Fourth of July means parades, cookouts, fireworks and lots of red, white and blue.

Opening your kid's drawer the morning of Fourth of July and seeing that they don't have any red, white and blue in their wardrobe is equal to sending them off to school on St. Patrick's Day in pink and wishing them luck.

Plan ahead. You've got one month to go.

Star Print Denim Shorts from Gap.com

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Image from Gap.com

Americana Cuffed T from Gap.com

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Image from Gap.com

Stars and Plaid Patchwork Short from Gymboree.com

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Image from Gymboree.com

All-American Bubble One-Piece from Gymboree.com

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Image from Gymboree.com

Perforated Slip-Ons for Baby from OldNavy.com

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Stars and Stripes Dress from OldNavy.com

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Image from OldNavy.com

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