by Sonya Keshwani, Founder of StyleEsteem Wardrobe
Fall and winter fashion captures the best of change, reflection and celebration. But, if you are going through hair loss, it can be challenging to dress for this time of year.
My own hair loss journey began when I was diagnosed with cancer in March 2018 and shaved my head at the start of chemo in May. By the time I completed my first six rounds of chemo it was already fall. During the coming months I searched deep in my wardrobe and in my turban arsenal for inspiration for my favorite seasons. And I learned that it is certainly possible to feel inspired by fashion during these months, if you have the right pieces in your closet.
In this blog post I wanted to share a look book of inspiration with you, so you too can find confidence and authenticity in your style this season.
Cold weather fashion can benefit greatly from pops of color. Whether it is a favorite color or something new you dare to experiment with, dressing in bold outerwear can be an instant confident booster. Balance your statement coat with a neutral turban to complete your look with elegance.
Blazers present a chic way to dress up in doors, particularly in the cold seasons. Choosing one that has sparkle, color, or even an interesting fabric (like leather) can add personality and make your look memorable. Lean into the glamour factor with a statement turban, and exude confidence no matter where your day takes you.
Managing "feeling cold" can be challenging during hair loss, and even more so during cold months. That's why it's important to build your seasonal wardrobe with cozy sweaters and cozy turbans that you love reaching for. When you need extra warmth, reach for one of our knit turbans that is cozy enough to wear outdoors and stylish enough to keep on indoors.
The trick to dressing for the holidays while you go through hair changes is to lean into what makes you more of you. Choosing your favorite elements of style and channeling them into a festive and cozy medium will keep you excited to dress and looking forward to the seasons ahead. Save this blog post and keep it handy in the coming months, and you’ll never run dry of fashion inspiration.