Red, White, Blue


This past Sunday, 19 firefighters lost their lives in the Yarnell fire. This tragic incident has greatly affected my entire community. My family knew a number of the men who were killed that day and these men will always be remembered in our community’s hearts. This Fourth of July is a celebration of our country, the individuals who continually fight to protect our homes and freedom and most of all, it is to honor those fallen heroes.


My question to you is, how do you represent your American Flag? Do you proudly wear the red, white and blue? I absolutely love this holiday because it is the time of year that an entire community, especially my beloved small town of Prescott, really celebrate our country and all that we represent.

And the only way to really celebrate the 4th in true SAK fashion is by cute treats and trendy outfits!a67d65517daf6bdd0abb461fda2e6d29

The Outfits
1. Crochet crop top / American flag cut offs / high-tops / raybans
    It’s easy to make flag cut offs so whether you’re at a BBQ or the beach, this outfit will help you beat the heat

2. Sleeveless chambray / leather belt / high-waisted skirt / boots
   It’s all country with this outfit and these boots were made for a rodeo

3. Flag tank / leather shorts / sandals / gold watch
Rock the holiday with a graphic tank tucked into these great leather shorts and accessorize with gold

4. Heart earrings / jean vest / dress / wedges
 You’ll be a true American sweetheart with this sundress and jean vest

left: blue blouse (Uniqlo) / jeans (H&M) / flats (target) / pendant (thrift)
right: tank (H&M) / shorts (mom’s closet) / converse (journeys) / scarf (H&M)

Watermelon Star Basket

American Flag Cookie Dessert
Flatten out a roll of Pillsbury sugar cookie and cook for 8 min. Cut your strawberry stem out in a triangle and then cut into slices

Mix a block of cream cheese with a 1/2 cup of powder sugar until its creamy. Spread on cooled cookie and place fruit on top


6cut out fabric for the size of a skirt you already own and fits you well. Hem the end of the skirt and sew together one end.
fold over the top 1 1/2 inches (enough for your elastic to fit through. Attach a safety pin on the end and feed through your elastic.
pin the elastic on the size you want and sew it and then sew the last side.

xoxo Audree Kate



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