It's quite likely that you never made it off the waiting list for Bean Boots last winter (they're made in Maine). That's OK because now it's the Fourth, so that ship has clearly sailed. Either way, it's safe to assume that not enough of your wardrobe is made up of clothing made in the good ol' US of A—but that might change soon. And while we're here, conjecturing wildly, we'll also assume you're interested in kicking off the holiday weekend with some shopping. Great! Please see below for some nice additions to your wardrobe that sport the Made In America tag.
Araks Harley One Piece Ballet Combo: Would look good with a tan, and with a margarita in hand. It's the American way.
Vrai & Oro Baguette Diamond Earrings : Sleek, simple earrings that you'll wear forever and will last you just as long, courtesy of this direct-to-consumer line that offers ethically made pieces...Oh, and the diamonds are high-quality, too. (Does this sound too good to be true? I'm over here pinching myself—you're more than welcome to join me.)
Carleen Sandra Dress : Your 90-degree day plan of action. A tented cut means the fabric sits away from your skin—and white always looks good. Consider this the foundation piece that you can then get as crazy with as you choose. Add jewelry, bright shoes, or what have you—there's really no going wrong here.
Pamela Love Inlay Choker in Gold with Turquoise: Turquoise resting in a brassy sheen of a choker is simple but feels special. This is something you can wear every day and still get compliments on.