A fitted, bell-shaped hat that was invented in 1908 and became a fashion staple for women in the 20s and early 30s.
The favorite hat of the blogger... who happens to wear a white one with a white rain coat, even when it's sunny out.
The photo blog of a young woman whose brother is getting married to her worst nightmare: a bridezilla who is sweet to everyone, but hates her utterly and completely.
In order to cope with all the wedding drama and bridal madness (for a wedding that won't even take place for at least two years), cloche-hat instead chooses to find solace in pictures of weddings and ideas of weddings -- anything that takes her fancy, even if the bridezilla in her life wouldn't necessarily like it.
It's all in good fun after all, is it not, and maybe (just maybe) cloche-hat can slip a suggestion or two into the wedding madness and have it actually listened to, for once.
1.Using a round brush, blow-dry hair smooth and straight, focusing on the top sections.
2.Once dry, use a large-barrel curling iron to create waves from the ears down.
3.Build height and volume at the crown by teasing hair gently with a fine-tooth comb.
4.Gather hair into a low ponytail. Twist it along the nape of your neck, pinning as you go.
5.Once you reach your ear, shape the remaining hair into curls, and pin them back over the twist.
6.Spritz strands in place.
7.To add texture, gently curl and scrunch the wispy ends with your fingertips.
8.Marvel at how gorg you look!
Kate Moss and Her Wedding Party Photographed for the September Issue of Vogue by Mario Testino