Sunday, August 24, 2014

Sporty

Baseball caps have become a weekend staple for me this summer. It's funny because hats and I go back a ways. In high school, I wore them every day for the 3 months during tennis season (fall sport but practices started in the summer.) My mom was a stickler about sun protection because I was already the darkest in the family. So hats and sunscreen it is. After awhile, I could've sworn my hairline started receding from the lack of breathing room under hats (dramatic much? I blame teenage hormones), so for the next decade I stayed far, far away. But now? I love plopping a cap on my head, especially during dirty hair days. And surprisingly, they've been a fun accessory that doesn't detract from outfits.
gray tee, rugby striped maxi dress, colorblock crossbody bag
pink cap, gray tee, rugby striped maxi dress, colorblock crossbody bag
hat: Gap Outlet (similar - 30% off w/code FLASH)
lips: NYX round case lipstick in NYX (sold here)
tee: LOFT sunwashed (sold here - extra 40% off)
dress: Old Navy drawstring-tube jersey maxi (similar - extra 30% off w/code FLASH)
bracelet: Madewell friendship (similar - on sale)
bag: Coach mini Borough bag in retro colorblock (similar; similar)
nail polish on toes: OPI South Beach Paint My Moji-toes Red (sold here)
shoes: Old Navy faux-leather capri sandals (sold here - 30% off w/code SHOPON)

Photos thanks to DH!

4 comments:

  1. lol, your little intro's always cracks me up! :) That cap was definitely a good purchase! It suits your style so well!

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    1. I try, I try. As long as one person laughs, it was worth the post :D

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  2. Hi Cee! How tall are you? The reason I ask is because I was wondering if you had to alter your maxi dress from ON.

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    1. Hey Candice! I'm just under 5'5". No need to alter the maxi dress if you're around my height because I just pulled the drawstring waist higher, then folded excess fabric over... not sure if that makes sense?

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