Here I am in my comfort zone, a pair of skinny Jeans, Nikes Trainers and my trusted accessory a backpack. However, recently I’ve added some new editions to my accessory wardrobe and here’s the first ‘A BLACK HAT’
I’m not the best when it comes to experimenting with accessories; over the past few years I’ve slowly parted with wearing custom jewellery replacing it with sentimental pieces such as gifts and items I’ve collected during my travels. This makes me feel as though I’ve added a sense of history to the most casual of outfit’s. But I’ve come to learn that this isn’t always a good idea as even the most uniform of wardrobe’s needs a little bit of curiosity, right?.
So before a recent trip to Poland I packed a hat an placed it on my head without hesitation ready for a day of shooting. An I’m happy to say It was confortable and fun so I wore it the following day and the day after that…. So the moral of the story is that every girl deserves a Mad Hatters Street Party.
My Style Notes for wearing a HAT:
* Hat’s are s a versatile accessory so can only add to your look, so don’t be afraid to wear them with any ensemble. Even trainers and skinny jeans.
* Dealing with Hat Hair:. Spray your hair with some hairspray or texture cream to help prevent fly always and static. I love using John Freieda’s Touch Up cream
Is their an accessory that you really want to try but are not sure of, please comment below, i would love to hear from you.
Hat and Trainers,