I discovered such an amazing hat company online and wanted to share it with you all! I’m so thrilled to be collaborating with Sterkowski, a family owned hat and cap shop from Warsaw, Poland. Their business began in 1926, and their skills of handcrafting hats has been passed down from generation to generation. They make a wide variety of hat styles for both men and women, from Fiddler Caps to wide brim fedoras, to berets, and more! I received several different caps and can’t wait to style all of them. When my package arrived I was immediately impressed by the branding and quality; From their tags, to all the details and embellishments on each hat. They size all their hats based on exact measurements of your head, rather than a standard small, medium, and large, so they all fit perfectly. My head measured at 54.5 cm, so my hats are all 55cm. If you’re halfway in between centimeters, definitely opt for the 1/2 cm up. My favorite one I selected was the Orange Corduroy Liverpool Cap. I was on the hunt for an orange/rust hat for while so I was pretty stoked on it 🙂 I also received the Navy Blue Corduroy Fiddler Cap, the Vintage Biker Cap in Khaki/Brown, and the Maciejowka Duty Cap in Navy Blue. I’m so excited to add these all to my hat collection! You guys have to go check out their site- http://www.sterkowski.com. If you’re a hat lover like me you will love them!
In the process of cleaning out my closet I came across some Free People jeans that I had in my drawer that I got last year and totally forgot about. I’ve always been inspired by fashion from the 70s. I love looking though my moms old photos and gaining inspiration from her cute style (see October 2016 in my archives) In the process of finding my pair of Dittos last year, I found these black Free People bell bottoms. It was hard to find bells that had a wider flare at the bottom, so I was stoked to find these. Plus they were 50% off the regular price, so that’s always a win. They are styled with a white off the shoulder top and bolo tie from Forever 21, and my new head scarf that I thrifted for $1. Where do you get your fashion inspiration from?