A Natural Hair and fashion lifestyle blog based in Sonoma County, in the heart of Wine Country. Amber serves up inspiration for winery tourism, vegetarian recipes, style, and skincare.

Like a Boy

Top: c/o Sugarlips // Hat: Boy London, via Asos
 Sometimes it's the strangest things that draw me in. I have a closet full of pettiskirts, pink tutus, and two sequin skirts - but it's a hat that has BOY scrolled across it that screams my name! And just the same, it is also the strangest things that draw the attention of men: Take these shoes for example, along with this hat. But, isn't that what makes fashion fun?

This weekend my boyfriend and I ventured up to a tiny little sleep of a town about 45 minutes north of where we live. The town was so small that when we walked into small cafe, the barista stopped us mid-sentence to ask "Where are you folks from? I don't recognize you". I just keep falling more and more in love with California.

5 comments

  1. Oh Amber, I'm so in love with these pictures!! :) The boy hat looks great on you, I know I would look ridiculous wearing it hah :)

    Have a wonderful start of the week!

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  2. That hat is adorable on you! It would be really cool to have a true neighborhood joint!

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  3. Yes, that's definitely what fashion is all about. And northern California is nothing like southern California. It's so much cooler.

    When are we going to have a blogger meetup? :)

    And yes, those are little boy/girl silhouettes on my tights from Boy Meets Girl...too cute, right?

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  4. I love this on you. It is so cool. I can see why you like it so much.

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