If there's one accessory that I haven't really been able to master it's the hat. Baseball hats and winter beanies don't really count. I'm talking more floppy hat and structured hats that are perfect for looking chic and hiding a head of dirty hair that hasn't been washed in a week.
This hat is the only exception but even so when I do wear it I'm always questioning if it looks good and/or if it fits right. I know girls who rock the hat look and make it look so effortless. Personally, I haven't found any secret tips to being able to find the right one. So if you know of any, please send them my way. I'm sure I tried on hundreds through my life in search of the perfect hat, this one is the closest I've come. It might just be that these style hat's aren't for me.
What is for me though are distressed jeans. These really are a very beloved pair (as you can see by the massive holes) that have turned into my weekend pair. This is what they looked like when I first got them at the beginning of 2016: here and here. I love how perfectly distressed they were and I wanted them to stay that way. So I sealed up the distressed areas to ensure they wouldn't expand and lose their original look. With a few minor touch-ups through the past year and half they held up pretty well. That is up until a few months ago when I was putting them on and my foot slid right into one of the knees and ripped it wide open (#whoops). If you own any distressed jeans, then you know this maneuver all too well. It sucks but what can you do? So I've let the knees go and now they are my weekend jeans.
The good thing is that these always go on sale so I might have to pick up a new pair.