AllyG: So, I don’t think it is any surprise that I miss L-A like crazy. HOW DO PEOPLE WRITE BLOGS ON THEIR OWN??!! One of my girls realized I was flailing (that’s flailing, not FAILING) and sent a life saving email. Jo wanted to know my thoughts on hats. Here is what she writes:
Jo: I am looking to your blog for guidance on the recent appearance of head-wear…part hat, part headband … with feathers, flowers, birds??? What do we think of these? I am sometimes horrified by them, I sometimes love them, and ultimately, would be scared to wear them.
AllyG: Agreed. This is horror. On an aside, did we like ANY PART of Carrie’s wedding outfit? I prefered almost all of the outfits she tried on for the Vogue shoot over this number. ESPECIALLY the Christian LaCroix with the pearls…Beautiful
back to hats…
AllyG: I saw headgear like this at Biscuit the other day! I literally stood over the choices wondering if I could pull it off. I mean, could I waltz into work wearing this? Blair Waldorf does the flower headband/hat very well:
Or maybe it’s just good for weddings on the Upper East Side.
I love, I hate…I just don’t know…
AllyG: Yah, I’m with you Jo. These things look absolutely stunning on models…on the runway…but besides the Coachella Festival, I can’t imagine where you would wear the DVF number. Like, I couldn’t throw that on to visit my in-laws in Bridgewater. I will however endeavor to wear a flower headband/hat to my next wedding. Not MY next wedding to clarify, but the next wedding I attend. I will report back on the glares/stares I receive.
Thanks for your help, Jo!