Pairing funky with feminine – or, don’t let your hairstyle limit your sartorial choices.

Jeans jacket, Buffalo by David Bitton; Necklace and bracelet, Hilary Druxman Girl Power; Ring, Out of the Blue; Watch, Swatch; Dress, American Eagle; Tights, Gap; Boots, Locale.

I have been somewhat hesitant to dress myself in a girly or feminine fashion since incorporating a funkier hairstyle into my life. I ran into this problem when I first chopped my hair in January, I found it remarkably difficult to decide what to wear because I felt like nothing fit with my hairstyle anymore.

At first, I wasn’t really sure how this dress would fit with my new hairstyle, but when I saw it on the rack at American Eagle (on sale, to boot), I fell in love with the pretty ruffles, fluttery sleeves and how it just screams: SPRINGTIME! Once I tried it on, I realized that my issues with “funky hair, feminine clothes” were all in my head.

Eventually, I’ll even wear this dress with no tights and it will be even more spring-like.

Photos by Aarron!

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