This one is for Daniel, who is in the midst of a lifesaving unplanned surgery today. All my thoughts and best wishes are with him as I write this post. It’s the third anniversary of Hat Attack and every photo for this monthly series was taken by Daniel. I’m constantly grateful for our ongoing collaboration, and look forward to his speedy return.
Daniel requests that the show must go on, so Mr. J, my trusty iPhone and my wrinkled white linen tunic traveled with me to the periphery of the Denver Botanic Gardens to honor him and our monthly ritual dedicated to the love of hats.
July’s Hat Attack was discovered last week in Santa Fe, New Mexico. I will be blogging about my adventures next week. Wherever I travel, seeking headwear is an important part of the exploration of my destination.
This chapeau was created in Santa Fe by Minetta Designs HERE. I love the neutral color of the straw, the unusual shape, and the folds and creases of the crown and brim. Every angle of this hat has its charm! It feels somewhat like wearing a flower on my head. Who doesn’t want to feel “in bloom,” even during turbulent times.
I’m making some changes to Hat Attack, which is an ongoing celebration of headwear. I’ve decided to leave the link-up open every day of the month, so participation can take place at anytime, every day of the year. Why limit the enjoyment of hats to only one week of the month!
Photos By Mr. J
Anyone can participate! All you need is a URL, which can be acquired from Instagram, Facebook or your website. If you have difficulty with adding your photo to the link-up, send me an email at email@example.com and I will help you problem solve. All forms of headwear are appreciated: hat, headwrap, headscarf, headpiece, fascinator, hair flower, headband or other adornment for your head that you enjoy. Multiple photos are appreciated!
Give The SC a JULY HAT ATTACK and kindly link to Style Crone somewhere in your post. Participation will be open through JULY 31st. I’m expecting Daniel to be back for August’s link-up, with his outrageous sense of humor, artistic eye, and exquisite attention to detail.