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Wintery tips by Olive
October 6, 2010, 8:18 pm
Filed under: Fashion, Fur, Hats, St. Andrews Style | Tags: , , , , , ,

I’m sure those who have spent a winter or two here already (and probably those of you who’ve just been here a few weeks) are often at a loss as to what to wear when the weather is so ridiculously inconsistent. I could go on and on about specific items (I’m pretty sure I’ll get a few more posts out of this one…) but I’m going to keep it basic as we all know pretty much anything goes here style-wise. Continue reading

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Don’t Know If This Counts As A Trend But It’s Nice by Elise
December 16, 2009, 3:56 pm
Filed under: Accessories, Fashion, Fur, St. Andrews Style | Tags: , ,

I’m into the fur hats girls have been wearing around this year. A couple people wore them last year (if you remember it had already snowed by now) but more and more people have started wearing either the cold weather hunting style with all the fur flaps and the fur panels up top (I even saw one girl sporting one with a Russian red star) or just muscrat or mink caps. Both styles look kind of romantic and pretty, with long, strategically messy hair flowing out from underneath. Both styles are also ridiculously warm, though the hunting style probably more so. I think that hats in general are for those who are dedicated to winter warmth and unlike scarves and snow boots, not everyone can pull them off. Some of the bigger, more dramatic styles are reserved for those brave, judge-me-if-you-dare girls who are so thick on the ground in St. Andrews.




oh, yes to OH!NENA by Sara
October 18, 2009, 4:32 pm
Filed under: Accessories | Tags: , , , ,

OH!NENA
(via sonolacampana)

If you looking for unique and just plain awesome accessories, I highly suggest you check out the Venezuela-based company OH!NENA. Their head-dresses alone are something to talk about; the perfect addition to liven up a classic outfit. Each piece is given the name of a girl, and all pieces of their new collection can be found on their website.

(via UrbanOoutfittersBlog)