Natalie Zea short to medium hair (bob) from The Following
{ Season 2, Episode 12, Betrayal }

Natalie Zea short to medium hair (bob) from The Following • via

Natalie Zea short to medium hair (bob) from The Following • via ClothingCult.comI’m a little obsessed with Natalie Zea’s (character Claire Matthews) short (er) to medium length curly bob in this episode.

It’s like a shorter version of Connie Britton’s hair and I think it would work well with my hair and be an easier length to manage particularly during the summer. Maybe also look good with a slight ombre / highlights on the bottom (nothing too harsh) or just lightening from summer sun and the pool. 🙂


Natalie Zea short to medium hair (bob) from The Following • via ClothingCult.comI may see if I can find someone who can actually cut my hair for a change as I’ve been cutting my own hair for years. Why? Because of too many stylists no matter the price gave me the exact same cut no matter what I ask for and I could cut my own hair better. I spent $20 and I spent $120 and did not get the cut I asked for really any time I went.

But I don’t think I can pull off this cut on my own so it’s probably time I risk letting someone else try again. I would be armed with a whole series of photos and different angles though so maybe I’ll have better luck? 🙂

Rayna James, Connie Britton’s Style – Nashville the TV Show

One of the things I love about the show Nashville is seeing all of the fun outfits particularly for Rayna James played by Connie Britton. One stood out to me and although it’s not one of the most amazing outfits, it has been nagging at the back of my mind for some reason.  There’s just something about the white dress she wore during Season 1 Episide 4 – I love the chiffon layers combined with that little hint of sequin sparkle layered underneath at the neckline. It’s glitzy but not too over the top.


I’m betting it costs a fortune but if anyone knows who made the dress and where it could be bought, I’m curious. Let me know in the comments if you do.

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