Disclosure: The hats shown in the following post were provided for my honest review, the opinions and styling suggestions shared below are my own.
After coming back from New York, I didn’t only change as a person, my style changed as well. It became more laid back, more relaxed, more hip.
So when an opportunity to style MakerWear hats came along, I gladly agreed. MakerWear is all about artists. Only the best designs get made – “curated crowd sourcing” – is what takes place when they want to bring new fashion to market.
Having trouble accessorizing lately, I am also stepping out of my comfort zone and trying on new pieces with this style challenge.
Put a Bird on It Maker: J.J Spectre
Moshi Moshi Maker: Gian Ogreant
Indonesian artist, designer and photographer who finds inspiration in vintage retro and ogres.
Bacon Tail Maker: Deedee Lazuardi
A screen printer and skateboarder so punk, he wouldn’t even tell us if he actually likes bacon.
I am definitely happy with the quality of the hats. I especially like the Moshi Moshi, it is by far my favorite! I really thought I’d like Put a Bird on It more, but the vizor is too wide for me. I wish I could get away with keeping it flat, but I will have to bend it. And of course Sam thinks I am in a gang now 😉
What did you think of my pics? Which designs would you pick?
To check out more designs visit the MakerWear website, and enter their amazing contest for a chance to win $1000 and a photo shoot! MakerWear hats are available nation wide in a Target near you!