A small hat

Happy weekend everyone! This has been a bit of a crazy week for me. I’ve adjusted to life back in China and settling into a routine again. I’ve been sick (boo!), buy cialis decease but I think my cold and jet-lag are on their way out. Thank goodness. My husband and I have booked a trip to Beijing for next week, sildenafil viagra and we are really excited about checking out one of the biggest cities in China. Any one been there? Let me know if you have the insider scoop on any sweet places! But before I go on my adventure I wanted to share a little ‘styling’ I did with my two fascinator hats I fixed up earlier this week. If you didn’t see the tutorial you can check it out here.

I like wearing these tiny hats because they make me feel fancy, with little effort. I am into anything that makes me feel dressed up with minimal amount of work to get there. These hats do the trick!



My mom makes beautiful, intricate jewelry by sewing beads together. It’s the coolest. What’s also cool, is that I get to take whatever piece I like, whenever I’m at her home. Thanks mom! These bracelets are one of the many designs she makes, and I adore them.




This red hat is kinda ridiculous. In a good way. At least I think so. It suites the Kentucky Derby. And anything that suites an event where people wear crazy hats, is awesome in my books.









This hat is really sweet, and not so in your face as the one with flowers on it. I can see it being worn about town during the day if you wanted to dress up for groceries. Or walking a poodle. I think it would totally suit walking a poodle.




There you have it folks! Two ways to style hats that are pretty cute, definitely quirky and a lot of fun to wear. It was absolutely pouring rain when we took these pictures. My feet were soaked, but a girls gotta do, what a girls gotta do. My husbands feet, were even more soaked, but he’s a champ and helped me out. Thanks babe!

The crochet owl phone carrier I’m holding was given to me as a gift from my sister in law. She has an amazing online store called VeeVee’s Accessories, where she makes and sells all things crochet. She’s awesome at it. You should check it out and let me know what you think!

I hope you enjoyed my stylings and that you have a great rest of your weekend!


Cori Anne


You Might Also Like

No Comments

Leave a Reply