January 29, 2014

My Style: Put A Bird On It

Today's Look: is tomboy chic with a dash of sophistication.  For this look, I collaborated with MakerWear, a fresh, new brand that manufactures hats designed by underground artists.  The hats are currently sold at selected Target stores.  I was very excited when I was contacted about styling and reviewing this awesome hat.  Along with sending me the hat, the company also compensated me with a Target gift card.  To win your own gift card, please see contest details below to be the new face of MakerWear hats!  For this photoshoot, I went on a day trip to the warm and beautiful Sedona red rocks and knew it would be the perfect backdrop.  To start the look off, I determined my color pallet;  the hat consists of navy, red, light blue, and yellow.  Since the hat is the emphasis and has an exciting design, I wore a soft cream colored blouse and taupe jeans.  Matching the skinny jeans, I chose suede/wood wedges.  Next, to compliment the colorful design in the hat, I wore a multi-color, beaded necklace and red clutch.  Finishing off the look, I tied a denim shirt around my waist, and wore stacked bracelets, gold studs, and two rings.  

Outfit Details:  Hat courtesy of MakerWear available at select Targets, Earrings courtesy of Charlotte Russe , Blouse from Express (Tucson, Arizona), Pants by Bullhead Denim Co. at PacSun (Scottsdale, Arizona), Denim Shirt from Eddie Bauer (Flagstaff, Arizona), Wedges by Jessica Simpson at Dillard's (Prescott, Arizona), Clutch from Charming Charlie (Scottsdale, Arizona), Bracelets from American Eagle (Scottsdale, Arizona), Rings from AĆ©ropostale (Tucson, Arizona), Nails by Impress at Walgreens (Prescott, Arizona), Necklace was a gift.

Product Review:  Put A Bird On It designed by J.J. Spectre for MakerWear
For me, wearing a hat is kind of a big deal.  I am picky on how they should fit and how they make my hair look.  This hat has an interesting 5-panel cut that is somewhat of a hybrid between a trucker hat and a baseball cap.  The design is unique in the sense that a girl or guy could rock it.  The material is quality, as well as the lining.  So, overall, the hat has great cut and design.  Honestly, I really like it!

Watch the video below to learn how to enter the MakerWear "Face of the Revolution Model Search" contest for a chance to win a $1,000 Target gift-card and a photo shoot!  Entries accepted from January 20 - February 9, 2014.

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