Hey guys! For today’s Wearable Wednesday, Sara and I visited our local fair! We managed to get in before the rides opened (darn), and got to make some cute animal friends!
Even though we don’t always make it to the fair, I’m glad that we still have it, along with the 4-H Programs. It really teaches kids some valuable lessons, and really be able to do a long term project, even if they don’t take care of an animal. Its the little things like these that can help kids learn life skills, as well as getting out there and not being stuck on a computer or TV all day. It also lets kids get involved in their communities and allowing them to give back as well as teaching them how important that is.
It’s very rewarding all in all, and I think that its something that we should definitely support! Speaking of supporting…if you would like to support the 4-H Programs in your local area you can do so by visiting their website.
For my outfit for this fair outing, I wanted to keep it simple and cool. I knew it was going to be blazing hot in the sun, so I wore white to deflect it. I also love this floral block scarf from Cents of Style. Its really light to so it didn’t make me hot at all while walking around, and helped me look fabulous!
What Hannah Wore:
Top: Lane Bryant(similar)
Tank: Torrid (similar)
Shoes: TJ Maxx
Scarf: Cents of Style
Sara’s outfit helped her stay cool in the heat too, as well as add some pops of color. Its important to keep casual when your out doing some sightseeing and animal petting at the fair!
(LOOK ITS THE PERFECT STORM IN THE BACKGROUND!!)
What Sara’s wearing:
Well folks, we hope this gives you some inspiration to get out there and enjoy your own local fairs and support some fantastic kids!