Breezy days & fall winds mean trouble for freshly blow dried hair, but that’s what caps are for, right?
Fall means the beginning of those long awaited cold fronts, or in Florida, cool fronts. They are almost always preceded by a gust of windy air and overcast skies, but that doesn’t stop me from going out and about for my day. Sure, my hair may be a mess, but that’s nothing a hat can’t cover. I’m sure the rest of the country is in their snow boots & coats right now, but where I’m at it’s still averaging in the 80’s. Would anyone make fun of me if I said I freeze to death & start shaking in my boots at a low temperature of 65 degrees? Well what can I say, that’s a Florida girl for ya. I’m still waiting on that low, but in the mean time us Floridians are breaking out our winter gear in hopes of that first true cold front. This look is perfect for that transitional weather, hope you enjoy!
Recently, I was featured on the posh Guide of Men’s Style Instagram feed for my menswear post and because of their great success and direct affiliations with the fashion industry’s top leaders and style bloggers, they’ve decided to start an all new Instagram account showcasing only the best of women’s style. This look was featured on their feed, and you can check it out & follow them as well by clicking the link to view all the beautiful ladies & looks on Style Guide of Women.
Peace, love & frosty snowflakes (I wish).
P.S. Pink Blush not only sells trendy women’s apparel, but specializes in maternity & pregnancy wear.