Also, I would like to rename this hairstyle, "So Easy a Danielle Could Do It." The sock bun? Horrible mess that ended in the sacrifice of far too many socks. The modified sock bun that involves a pre made mesh thing, which does not include the maiming of innocent socks? Better...as long as my hair is wet. Otherwise, with dry hair, I end up with uncovered sections of the pseudo sock thing. And alfalfa sprouts. So uncomely. FINALLY, I found a bun that I can do when I wake up late with curly hair frizzing out farther than I can extend my arms. It's perfect for women without really thick hair.
Yesterday, while perusing our good friend, Bloglovin', I saw a post by Kate (who's going to be a mommy soon!), and I just love Kate. I have never met her in real life, but she seems sincerely sweet, and girlfriend knows how to do hair. The specific hairstyle I chose (of the three she demonstrates) is The Fancy Bun. I didn't pull out the two pieces of hair because, well, I felt that part made it fancy, and I didn't feel fancy this morning. I did, however, feel "far out." (My hair also felt far out. Thankfully, Kate's little tutorial fixed me right up.)
Pardon the awful quality. It's raining cats and dogs out there.
Shirt: Old Navy
Sleeveless Cardigan: Gap Outlet
Necklace: The Limited
Bag: Kenneth Cole Reaction via Boscov's
Pants: J Brand via Marshall's
P.S. The hairstyle involves only a hair elastic and bobby pins. No need for socks or mesh or other complicated things.