Patriotic Costumes for the 4th of July
Celebrate the 4th of July dressed in a patriotic costume. In case you don’t know which costume to put on for the Independence Day, take a look at these offers bellow.
On the 4th of July we usually wear the traditional red, white, blue and stripes. The costume can also be a combination of national colors and patterns. You can dress as Uncle Sam, the Statue of Liberty, or Betsy Rose, the most influential woman in American history. I have seen a plenty of bald eagle costumes. What can represent freedom better than this noble bird, the American symbol of liberty. Not only are patriotic costumes a perfect way to show how proud we are of our historical heritage but also they get you in the mood of celebration. Patriotic costumes are great for attending parties, parades, or other festivities.
Girls Betsy Ross Child Costume
With this costume your girl will be the most influential woman from American History on the party! Give girls a lesson in American history with our Betsy Ross Child Costume. She will learn how the American seamstress made the first American flag at the request of George Washington.
This patriotic dress features a blue bodice with white star pattern and matching peplum, white bell sleeves, white bodice inset with red faux lace-up detail and red and white striped skirt. The mop cap is blue with star print and white frilly crown and striped red and white bow accent. The historical Betsy Ross Costume for kids is great for patriotic dress-up at the Fourth of July.
Uncle Sam Costume
You know, Uncle Sam wants you… He wants you to go on vacation and party with style. Now for the real thing, Uncle Sam is the guy associated with the United States. Although the first person to personify our country was Columbia, the woman associated with Lady Liberty. Later Brother Johnathan appeared on the scene. It was sometime during the American Revolution.
After that, during the War of 1812, the legend of Uncle Sam was born. Ever since he is everything you want him to be: the US government, a recruiter for the armed forces. Finally, on the Fourth of July his a guy walking through the parade dressed in all american stripes and stars.
Women’s Lady Liberty Patriotic Costume
The French gifted the Statue of Liberty to the United States of America in 1886. They thought we were pretty great for abolishing slavery during the Civil War. It was Édouard René de Laboulaye, a French law professor, and politician who said, “any monument raised to American independence would properly be a joint project of the French and American peoples.”