In LA, I honestly wore this hat almost everyday. This past year, I’ve sort of sworn off wearing a hat. I felt it was overdone. Every blogger was wearing them, and I didn’t want to be that girl with “the hat.” But then I received the Stetson x Tasya van ree black hat on my doorstep, and I fell in love once again with the classic black hat. Whenever I’m on the West Coast, I rarely do my hair. I just put on some lip balm, fluff my bangs, and add a hat. And it’s that incognito feeling that I love. Don’t want to make eye contact? Yep, you got your hat. Super sunny breakfast on your back porch? You’ve got your hat. I’ll be hanging this one up in my new NYC abode soon. I’m excited to be taking it out for many more adventures. This one has already been around the globe with me.

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Look 2: // For Love & Lemons knit dress, Amuse Society coat, Luisaviaroma boots, Marie Turnor bucket bag //

36 Responses to THE TOP HAT

  1. jennamariia says:

    First things first… That´s not a top hat, it´s a stetson. But as a milliner myself I could not imagine going out with no hat anymore. I love seeing more and more people and bloggers wearing hats. I just wish someone would realize there´s so much more than just wide brimmed fedoras and stetsons out there. Those have gone really mainstream but actually you can have hats in any imaginable shapes possible.


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