November 09, 2012

Twisted

Sweater: Joe Fresh (recent) | Necklace: Anthropologie | Lipstick: Mac Ruby Woo

There is something so romantic about hair up in twists, as I mentioned in this post a few months back. I've been playing around with a few different styles ever since, and I think this twisted ponytail is my favourite, which is funny because I can remember styling my hair like this as a child! I guess my grown up version with curls is a little more sophisticated then when I was six (I hope).

Happy Friday! 

xo

11 comments:

  1. upside down pony!! Totally reminds me of my childhood. Who knew it could look so chic :)

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  2. Oh I love this and so pretty paired with a textured sweater! I'll have to give it a try!! Happy weekend, lovely lady... and yay, enjoy the sun! xo

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  3. You have such nice hair! =)

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  4. much more sophisticated than a 6 year old!

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  5. Oh man I remember fighting with my mum as she styled my hair like this as a kid too. I really liked your post on twisted hair a while back and it makes me think that maybe I should start styling my hair instead of leaving it in its usual curly mess.

    -Emily
    http://from-small-beginnings.blogspot.ca/

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  6. I totally used to do this too! maybe it IS time for a comeback. I like it a lot!

    xo danni

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  7. gosh Sarah, this look is so soft and feminine - i love it on you! it's so pretty with your blond hair, definitely more sophisticated than a 6 year olds but still super darling!! wishing you a splendid week ahead! ♥

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  8. Such a lovely look. I can't remember the last time I played around with different hair styles. Very pretty!

    Melissa
    http://miss-melissa.com

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  9. Ah this makes me so happy! This is still my favorite hair style and now you've inspired me to try it with loose waves - great idea :)

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  10. I used to do my hair like this so often when i was a kid, but totally forgot about its awesomeness as a style until pinterest reminded me of it.

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