It's not too often that you see pictures of me sportin' my favorite outfits, so I'm going to try to start posting more. Here are a couple photos from my weekend captured with my iPhone. I chopped my very long hair off into a mid-length bob. I was inspired by Alexa Chung's amazing hair. Also, earlier last week ZARA opened at Scottsdale Fashion Square, so I had a lot of fun wearing my new boots and hat. I also fell in love with this blouse from Ross Dress for Less. Boy, I sure love a good bargain.
Well, Guys...I did it! I cut my long hair off!I took my friend Katie along for support this past Friday. I was definitely a bit nervous and surprised that I had become so attached to my long hair. (It did take FORever to grow). Kim Cornwall did an excellent job, and I'm not missing my long locks anymore. I think my hair looks even cuter curly! Let me know what you think! It's okay if you think my hair looked better long. I love my hair both ways.
I did the stereotypical thing and started growing out my hair when I got engaged, but I didn't do the second stereotypical post-wedding thing and chop if off afterwards. I've held onto my long hair for almost two years after my wedding. So, I'm thinking it's about time to cut it off. However, although I don't do it very often, I like to know that I have the option of braiding my hair, doing fun buns, etc. So, I'm going back and forth....Not to mention, everyone seems to be growing out their hair since the trend of bobs was more of a 2008 thing. Then again, when have I ever followed the hair trend. What do you think?
This is my hair now...(Pardon the x-ray vision glasses. I'm a superhero at night. Got to pay the bills ya know?!)
Here's my celebrity inspiration haircut that I'm contemplating...Hilary Burton. Yes, I still watch One Tree Hill (have since the beginning. Peyton is my favorite character) and I love it! I have very curly hair, especially when it gets shorter, but I want my hair to still look cute with a blowout. Like it or keep it long?