10 Celebrity Shag Haircuts

Stevie Nicks

Starting with the queen of the shaggy, layered bohemian look, my style Icon, Stevie Nicks. Over the years Stevie has rocked a multitude of shaggy looks, and if you like your hair longer, her’s is a great style to shoot for! It’s casual, not-fussy, glamourous and sexy.

Joan Jett

Straight, razored, with bangs and a DGAF attitude, Joan Jett’s hairdo is iconic. Joan is still rocking a variation of this look to this day, and she still looks like the rockstar she is. You’ll need a good straightener to get this precision look.

Chrissie Hynde

Speaking of badbass bitches, Chrissie Hynde’s eye grazing fringe and shaggy style is a classic. I’ve tried to emulate this style so many times, Chrissie was one of my oldest style icons, and I’m in love with the fact that she’s still rocking it. Great style lasts forever.

Farrah Fawcett 

One of the most recognizable hairstyles of all time, Farrah Fawcett hair is good shit. Big, bountiful, and feathered, Farrah’s wings are the things thin-haired girls dream of.

Alexa Chung

An update on the shag, Alexa’s look is modern and non-fussy. It’s a “I woke up like this” look that still looks polished and cool. One of the flatter-on-top styles, this works best if you have a slim face. Round and heart-shapes might find with thinner on top look makes the face wider. If you have thick unmanageable hair this is a good way to thin it out.

Zendaya

Curly shags are one of my faves. Zendaya’s curls are a bit flatter on top, and then graduate down to thinner ends, but the overall look is voluminous and shaggy. It frames the face and makes you look like a goddess with a mane.

Jane Fonda

The lady of a million shags, Jane Fonda put the shag on the map. She’s likely had more variations of the shag than anyone else on this list, and deserves credit for making this style mainstream. For those interested in a 1960’s shag, this is the one to go for.

Lisa Rinna

Lisa Rinna’s hair is ICONIC. Short, feathered, spiky and precise, it looks both casual and coiffed. I have rocked this style in the past and it’s not as easy as it looks- this takes a lot of precision cutting, so it’s not as easy going as some of these styles. Tina Turner

What’s love got to do with Tina Turner’s Iconic spiky shag? Everything. I am so in love with this iconic hair style, it’s beautiful, bold, and ENORMOUS. I’m always mesmerized by the beauty of it.

David Bowie

David Bowie rocked a number of shaggy styles in his day, some were more mullet-y than others. This is a pretty classic 1970’s men’s shag. I wanted to be sure to include Ziggy Stardust because this is a haircut that also works well for men. Should I do a  list of men’s shaggy hairstyles? Let me know in the comments!

 

XOXO – Cora

 

 

Witchy Maxi Dresses & Spooky Pinup Style | Plus Size Fashion

If you love spooky fashion raise your hand! Both hands if you love wearing it year round. So now that we have our hands in the ay-yer and wave ’em like we just don’t kay-eerrr! Let me hear you say Oh Yay errr! Is it unexpected to reference Outkast in a spooky gothic lookbook post? good. We do weird around here, which is why today’s plus size fashion lookbook explores my love for spooky fashion with styles ranging from Boho Goth to Pinup. Many of my instagram and youtube friends have let me know that they love my darker vibe lately, to which I must say dude me too! I held my self back from dressing like this for years due to a lack of great options and a feeling that I had to be more mainstream to be successful. But it’s the things that make us unique that make us interesting, and now that i have the option I feel I am coming into my own as a fashion lover and as a person. I really enjoy a witchy/boho goth vibe as well as cute spooky pinup vintage style, and I have some pieces from some of my favorite indie designers, Pinup Girl Clothing and Atomic Starlet.

 

I don’t know about you but one of my style icons is Stevie Nicks. When I found this City Chic Fleetwood Maxi Dress I lost mah shit! Once I composed myself, I then bought it immediately. It’s so flattering and beautiful I can’t even believe it’s real. Wore this baby to StyleCON OC and I was cool, comfortable and fabulous.

Hat | Dress| Boots

For the longest time I’ve been searching for a simple, flattering Maxi Slip Dress. The perfect foundation piece for layering. I love maxi dresses and finding plus size maxi dresses with full fluttery skirts can be a bit of a challenge so I really hope this one I found from City Chic are helpful if  you too are looking for that!

Necklace | Belt Dress |

My Love for the Pinup Girl CLothing Riply top continues! After years of searching for a button up that is figure flattering and doesn’t gap at the bust I’m in love. This also has a longer front piece that you can tie off in the front but I’m wearing it tucked in to hide that. The Skirt I’m wearing is a truly DIVINE piece from fellow YouTuber AVintageVanity‘s Atomic Starlet clothing line. I honestly can’t say what is my favorite feature: The pockets, the print, the leatherette panels, or the eyelet lace. It’s a gothic western fantasy.

Top | Skirt | Boots

Speaking of Pinup Girl Clothing- I’m super obsessed with their peasant tops! I have a few, but my favorite is the monster print! I paired that with one of their pencil skirts, and this outfit is just so completely adorable!

Monster Print TopStripe Skirt

 

 

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