Before we begin: yes, this is another effort to dress more like Bella Hadid. And yes, this time it involves crochet and bucket hats.
Pick up your iPhone and check how many steps you’ve walked today. If the number is under 10,000, you’re in trouble.
As we’re staying home and working from home and essentially trying to do all of our going-out activities at home, there’s no denying that the sedentary lifestyle is getting to many of us. Slumped over a makeshift home office desk all morning, spread out on a sofa watching Netflix, or napping for the length of the day, a lot of us are definitely not moving enough.
In an effort to change this (and to burn off some extra snacking calories), we recently started embracing walks again. A breath of fresh air through your PM 2.5 mask, an exploration of your neighbourhood, and some quality time spent away from blue screens, going for a walk is way underrated.
According to various upscale fashion magazines, crochet bucket hats are set to become the it-item for the season. If you needed any convincing, Bella Hadid has already been seen sporting the trend, and many others have followed suit.
Sure, we always loved the idea of crochet for our bikinis, but beyond Wonderfruit and Instagram, they didn’t make much sense. Finally, amidst the movement to dress more casual (and simply wear what feels good), crochet bucket hats are making meaning of the madness to us again.
As for KL, they’re sun protection, urban rustic style points, and often times can be found locally handmade, too. Win-win-win. Shop our current faves below.
[Hero Image Credit: Mango; Featured Image Credit: Bella Hadid via Instagram]
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