Once back in Uni I came home in the small hours and turned on the TV to find a very old movie about a young boy who lived with his Grandfather somewhere in 1930's America. One day the boy woke up to find that his hair had turned green for no reason. The boy went to school and got bullied, suspended for dying his hair and when he tried to chop it all off it grew back even greener. In the end the Grandfather told the boy a story about how his wife had always kept a plant in the house over winter as the green reminded everyone that spring would return thus boy decided that he liked his green hair and became the symbol of hope in his little town. Yes it was a weird movie but in the dark, cold, everlasting winter in which I now reside I find myself thinking about that boy and though I cant find green hair-dye (not even in Don Quixote the really weird shop I thought sold everything) I can find green hats.
So put on a lovely light green hat covered in flowers, close your eyes and try to remember what the sun looks like.
Ella Gajewska Hats
Jessika Hill Accessories
K Morris Milliner
Maggie Mae Designs
Judy Bentinck millinery
Hats on Heads Millinery
Rocking Ascot Lady
Jane Taylor Millinery
Great colour blocking from Melbourne cup ladies
I know these aren't green but these ladies from The Melbourne Spring Cup looked so colourful and spring like I had to include them.