The hardest decision I, along with many other girls, probably have to make is whether to let our hair grow out or cut it. This question particularly haunts me during event season and summer, when I can only do two things with my hair. Hair wraps, buns and scrunchies are things of mystery to us girls with short hair. With summertime comes heat and, even worse, the dreaded, Southern humidity.
A headwrap scarf is a great way to look effortless in the heat without feeling like your humidity-frizzed hair is the center of attention. If you are lucky enough to not have hair affected by the horrible heat you can use one to look boho chic in a floral maxi or retro in high waist shorts. This fashionable, beauty accessory also makes any wearer look cooler than cool and completely confident must like this Fashionista I found wearing it.
This Fashionista perfected the classic, breezy spring look with her pastel blue patterned jeans and white T-shirt. Paired over that was a cool, pastel purple cardigan which was great for the cooler temperatures in the mornings while walking to class. This was a great example of learning to layer for spring so you can get as much use out of your winter basics before it’s time to pack them up for the summer.
For her jewelry she also did something I always recommend – layering necklaces. I that loved that she wore a long, layered, gold chain necklace with a brightly colored collar necklace; the two items are completely different, yet still go perfectly together. Aviator sunglasses are the definition of rebel eyewear, which this Fashionista worked perfectly. She also wore stacked rings and bracelets, which I am a big fan of as well.
This Fashionista’s blue color block sandals are a great pop of color after the muted tone of her patterned jean, and her bright purple bag is a great way to showcase personality. The best part of her outfit is her blue headwrap scarf, which I thought was daring and practical for the hotter weather.
Spotted: Armani Privé spring 2014 couture show featuring metallic head scarves that were the definition of cool and breezy.