Small, simple wrist tattoos accessorized with an Hermès Collier de Chien cuff equals instant rock-and-roll perfection.
Speaking of tattoos, I still regret not being patient enough to wait in line at Pamela Love’s pop-up tattoo shop at Milk Studios a couple years ago…
When I saw Ariel walking out of the Division CTA stop it was street-style infatuation at first sight. Overall jeans require just the right amount of laid-back quirkiness to pull off the look, and she nailed it.
America’s never been much of a hat-wearing culture, and it’s a shame. Hats are a simple way to add a dash of personality to any outfit. Sure, up until the 1960s men and women both wore hats, but headgear has never enjoyed the power or ubiquity here in the States that it does in the UK.
And yet, the recent popularity of luxe baseball caps and flower headdresses are drawing attention to the American tête like never before, single-handedly revitalizing the stateside crafting industry. Don’t believe me? An Etsy search for ‘flower headbands’ returns over 219,000 results.
If you’re looking for the perfect hat to make a statement, this adorable Bernstock Speirs Classic Bunny cap is sure to do the trick. You may be thinking to yourself “well, Susie Bubble can pull off anything, so why would this work on me?” Challenge accepted. This hat is sporty, perfect for hiding bad hair days, and has just the right amount of quirk. Boom.
A smart statement piece like this hat can elevate even the simplest everyday looks. Toss on this cap with a soft knit tee, boyfriend jeans and flats, and you’re instantly street-style photographer catnip. Plus it’s a great deal for a designer hat at only $110. High quality hats easily surpass $500, and go up from there.
Can you tell I’m in love?