A travelling hat is in town

I recently had the amazing privilege to participate in an amazing idea by Australian Milliner, Tanith Rowan.

The idea is as follows: She's created an adorable vintage inspired tilt-hat, and is sending it around the world to various vintage lovers. I jumped on the idea as fast as I could.

The hat has been named "Adelaide", and she had a lovely time with me here in San Diego.

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I had grandiose plans for photoshoots, but it's been very warm here, and I haven't been feeling up to par these past couple of days. But I got out the house, and kindly asked my sister to photograph for me.

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My grandma recently gave me one of her dresses either from the 60's or 70's, and I felt it suited Adelaide well.

Balboa Park is currently going through it's centennial celebrations, which means loads more visitors, and my sister and I getting frustrated with finding good photo spots.

TinyAngryCrafter Sisterhood of the Travelling Hat

[Outfit Details]
Dress- Grandmas 1960s or 1970s
Bakelite- Various
Purse- SDVFM
Shoes- Uhh I forgot.
Hat- Tanith Rowan
TinyAngryCrafter Sisterhood of the Travelling Hat

But in true sister fashion, she made it work. 

TinyAngryCrafter Sisterhood of the Travelling Hat

We popped into the United Nations building, and grabbed a photo with a tiny Australian flag (and a failed search for TimTams)

TinyAngryCrafter Sisterhood of the Travelling Hat

TinyAngryCrafter Sisterhood of the Travelling Hat

Then I posed in front of the famous Botanical Gardens.

I think Adelaide really enjoyed it in the park. And I think she enjoyed the weather more than I did. Haha!

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It was so much fun hosting Tanith's beautiful hat. I could see every loving stitch placed into it. The hat has many more adventures to go on, and I can't wait to see where else she's headed.

I'm going to save up for one of Tanith's gorgeous custom hats, but she's also got a darling etsy shop with a few up for sale. Buy some so she can start a cozy college fund for her daughter!


And be sure to check the Sisterhood of The Hat tag on her blog, to see where else Adelaide has been!

Thank you for the fabulous opportunity, Tanith!

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