City Sport

Isn’t Jules’ dog, Rufus, just hilarious? I love this expression we caught in between our fashion shots.


When it comes to what I choose to wear on a daily basis, usually I don’t really have what most people would call a “sporty” sense of style.

Upon being asked to define my “look” by one of my fashion professors this past semester, I decided on describing my look as “somewhere in between ‘girly’ and ‘edgy'”. But “sporty”? Never.

However, finding the summer sun to be a bit intense on most days, with a need to protect my fair and freckled skin, I decided that it was important to start integrating more hats into my everyday wardrobe- which could then allow me to take different chances with how I would decide upon the matching items to create a complete look.

So, this simple baseball hat encouraged me to try my luck at adopting a much more “sporty” look than I likely would have worn otherwise- creating a style that looks toward tomboy influences integrated with a tough city edge.

This past weekend I was able to meet up with Jules of Canines and Couture once again, and we exchanged photography skills as she captured this look, while also catching up on our latest happenings and laughing at all the ridiculously cute faces her dog Rufus made between shots.

Soon after putting together this outfit, I also came across this photo of model Page Ruth, wearing this outfit  on a shoot, which is nearly identical to the one I am wearing here! Haha. Maybe you’ll be seeing a lot more of these looks in the near future!

What is your favorite way to “sport” a hat?

Xoxo,

Camille

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