The more I look at this print, the more adorable I find it. And frankly, it struck me as pretty
stinkin' cute from the start, so it's not like it had to work on growing on me or anything.
I don't know about you, Internets, but if you call anyplace between the states of Missouri and Virginia home, chances are you are currently recovering from the freakin' brutal heatwave that decided to strike with the force and fury of an angry god. I know I am, and my brain still isn't working all that well after several days of temperatures of around 100+ degrees Fahrenheit.
Why do I bring that up? So that you understand why I'm going with my first idea for today's post, and that idea would be birds. Because apparently my brain has "bird hats" as a default setting.
Hey, it could be worse--the default setting could be "turnips," and that wouldn't get us anywhere at all, now would it?
To start this post off properly, here's an upcycled/vintage veiled cocktail hat with two fun little lovebirds perched on it like it's a nest. Because, well, it does kinda look like a nest, albeit one with a funky little dotted veil.
And seeing as it's still summer and all, that means I can post this floppy white straw hat with the big red cardinal on it and be considered on trend or something like that.
Also, while the description describes it as an "Americana" hat, I'm thinking that if your flag is red, white and blue (or even if it isn't) then you can rock this hat all you want, so don't let that discourage you. Just sayin'.
Speaking of color schemes, here's something about the colors of this feathery/flowery little fascinator that makes me think of the Gulf of Mexico. Not that that has anything do with the hat or even today's theme; that's just where my brain went when I saw this.
Mental associations: They're what's for breakfast, I guess.
And just because I like how it looks like an art project gone awesome, here's a fabulously feathered fascinator:
Well, that probably wrecks my long run of posts that weren't liable to makes somebody at PETA mad. Still, this is totally worth it.
See you Wednesday!