In my earlier blogger days, it was one of the little ways I represented the development of my personally unique sense of style. Now, I'm bringing it back.
I think you know what I'm talking about. My signature topknot!
Now that the look has been passed around a bit, it's lost its charm as a fashion statement. For example, angsty teenage girls in their sweatpants and Abercrombie & Fitch hoodies who use it simply as a way to get their hair out of their face. We have to remind them that it's much cuter with something like a collared shirt and some colored lipstick; a fashion statement to be taken seriously.
It's renewed, revamped-the fun of a topknot and bright lipstick paired with the earthiness of a military-type shirt and dark bottoms makes a nice balance.
In conclusion, we have to keep the topknot alive in fashion. I'm not saying to start a whole campaign (unless you REALLY wanted to make some form of propaganda and go all-out...), but to keep it from slipping into the hands of people who misuse it. Bring it back!
If you're going to be one of those angsty teens, at least look cute with your topknot.
Forgot to add that these bracelets are seriously on point. I mean, the second bracelet was made with real scarabs. It doesn't get more trill than that.
H&M button up shirt, skirt, and sunglasses, random socks, Aldo shoes, vintage bag (used as clutch) and bracelets.
Interested in more vintage jewelry, like these bracelets? Just check out Metier's website.