Ghazal, with AccessoriesJenn Koiter
Make your first appearance upon your arrival wearing a hat. Even if hats are not your favorite accessory, wear a hat. Your accessories should be kept to a truthful minimum. A good rule of thumb is: don’t wear jewelry with a hat. Don’t clutter up the area around your face with too much detail. (Egad, Mabel! That hat!) I feel the same way about wearing flowers in one’s hair. Yesterday’s orchid – not unlike yesterday’s newspaper – is old hat. Your goal is pureness of line and complete simplicity. Choose your jewelry accents sparingly. Don’t wear a hat.
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