Hats, Culture & Brunch

How to ‘Hats, Culture & Brunch’ like a pro –

  • Step 1: Position yourself in a cultural Melbourne setting; preferably choose a location which has lots of street-art/graffiti – this helps get you in the mood for your super cultural, super indy/arty adventure day.
  • Step 2: Ensure that your ‘Fedora-situation’ is up to scratch – I suggest going with a dark purple/maroon/grey/beige colour; this adds a ‘lil-something’ without distracting from the already-fabulous, flawless outfit.
  • Step 3: Choose a suitable Brunch spot (preferably in the vicinity of the cultural Melbourne setting), where whipping our your DSLR camera will appear somewhat normal and any judgment from innocent bystanders will be minimal
  • Step 4: Pick a friend who wholeheartedly supports and even encourages your love of hats, culture & brunch (perhaps this friend shares common interests and/or just really, really loves you…). Drag your chosen buddy around with you and make them take photos of you in as many locations and positions as possible (variety and versatility is key!)

Lastly, if you can effectively undergo all these steps (preferably with minimal awkwardness & maximum success), you have my full permission and approval to go forth and consider yourself a ‘Hats, Culture, & Brunch expert.

I have taken the liberty to include a few photos of the How To… plan in motion – as a Melbournian, in winter, it can be hard to deter from our usual ‘we only wear black’ Melbourne-fashion-mantra although it is surprising how Robb & Lulu’s printed-colourful-short-shorts make it awfully easy… 

I hope everyone is having a splendid weekend,

CIAO x  

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22 thoughts on “Hats, Culture & Brunch

  1. HAHA! I loved your reference to the egg and the chicken and how you connected that to fashion… incredibly clever and also very funny! I enjoyed it immensely! And I am so glad you have found some joy or at least entertainment from my little blog. Thank you for all your kind words… 🙂 – Jessica x

    1. Thank you very very much! I completely respect your lack of interest in hats – there really isn’t much to them at all. However, your blog is brilliant and I can’t wait to read more! x

  2. Thanks for following my blog. I also love hats and have been trying to incorporate them as much as possible. I’ll have to do it around some graffiti next time… 🙂

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