The artist over at polymorphia says she had a lot of fun with her series of mod swirls, and it shows. This one is my favorite.
With the exception of my good buddy Stina's blog, I think it's pretty safe to say that it's not often that I shamelessly plug things run by people I know. Which is why I'm feeling pretty good about what I'm about to post, because I think this totally worth sharing with the world at large.
See, there's this fantastic lady that I know that--for the sake of Internet anonymity--I'm going to call D.Fun. She runs this vintage shop called Mod Closet, and it's frickin' rad. It's a vintage shop that caters to a wide range of styles but definitely has a very mod feel to it, which is unassailably cool. So whether you're based in the Michiana area or going to be there for a few days, you should definitely stop in and check it out. It'll be worth it.
And just to get you in the mood, here's some mod hats I found around the Internet. Besides, it'll help tide you over until the next season of Mad Men gets rolling.
First up, we've got this cream-colored beanie that I think is perfectly sweet and adorable. I almost want to take it out for a milkshake, except, y'know, for the fact that taking hats out for milkshakes is rather silly.
Still, it's really cute.
Speaking of sweet, how about this white cap, replete with a bow? It's sweet, but not overwhelmingly so, which would make it perfect for a warm night out on the town.
Admittedly, this powder blue wool mod cloche is probably a bit too warm for this time of year. Even so, it's freakin' pretty and I would totally try to rock it if given the chance.
And just because--once again--Poppycock! Vintage reminds me of why they are my online go-to for vintage hats, here's a fabulous buttercream bubble toque:
Seriously--if you have not checked out this store before, do it now. Ditto that for Mod Closet.
See you Wednesday!