Urban Bohemian

I considered naming this post “Back on the Crime Scene” because all the pictures were taken in front of my good old Medical Faculty in Split!

My whole look was gradually built around this brown fedora hat by Bershka. He was featured in one of my first blog posts, “For the Love of Tartan”, and inexcusably neglected ever since. These last days in Split are really freezing (for Mediterranean standards of course 😉 ), so I often ended up wearing him combined with my extremely warm brow Desigual coat.

He perfectly protects my ears from freezing and falling of, but also provides great fashion statement!

Do you own fedora or some kind of wide – brimmed hat, do tell !

Have a great weekend, kisses from Miss Dee 🙂

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Cloche hats and Green-eyed Cats

Having a short hair has its benefits. If you are always late and running from one place to another like me, it is really a perfect style – you can wash and dry it in a matter of minutes, without loosing to much of that precious time. Short hair is a blessing during the hot Summer days – in those days I am envied by many of my girl friends. Only time of the year I catch myself missing my long hair is during windy Winter days when I think my poor ears will probably fall off. I love to wear hats, especially beanies and fedoras, but this Winter I fell in love with this beautiful cloche hat by Sisley. Cloche hats first became popular in the 1920s, when they were worn by rebellious flapper girls who wanted to emulate boyish short haired look, but also to be feminine and sophisticated – I hope I also managed to that 🙂 !

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