Bunny in a moustache? It’s that time again people… Movember time! For one month only, men worldwide participate in the ritual of growin’ a Mo in support of raising awareness and funds for men’s health issues such as testicular cancer, prostate cancer and mental health. The ‘Movember Movement’ originated in Melbourne, Australia in 2003 and now ten years later, there are official Movember campaigns in 21 countries! What started as thirty Mo sporting men in 2003 grew to 1.1 million Mo’s across the world in 2012. Hopefully this tenth anniversary year will be the biggest yet!
Movember is not just for men! Women can get involved too by becoming Mo Sistas. These are women who help to support and encourage the men in their life to join in on the ‘tache growing month. Find out more here.
Ready, Steady, Mo
Once again, it seems us pets have been left out of the Movember festivities. I’m here to change this! Peruse my Mo Bun looks below:
“Nice to see you, to see you… Nice!”
Don’t Mo alone! In the interest of encouraging a pal to get involved – here is Baxter looking dapper with his Mo:
Grow Your Mo!
Official Movember Rules As Set Out By Movember.com:
Each Mo Bro must begin the 1st of November with a clean shaven face.
For the entire month of November each Mo Bro must grow and groom his moustache.
There is to be no joining of the Mo to your sideburns – that’s considered a beard.
There is to be no joining of your handlebars to your chin – that’s considered a goatee.
Each Mo Bro must conduct himself like a true gentleman!
So those are the fundamentals of Movember, now go out and support the Mo!
The weather here in London has taken a decidedly chillier turn. It was obvious that I was going to need to take action to prevent my bunny ears from getting too cold. I was given no choice but to accept that I, Bluebell Bunny, was about to become a hat wearer! Now not everyone is a fan of the humble head warmer. Some may find them uncomfortable to sport, others simply feel they look unflattering on them but I am an avid supporter of the hat. Do not scoff or mock, worn the right way, a hat can be a great accessory to a fall/autumn/winter look.
How to wear a hat correctly:
Get a hat that fits your head – it shouldn’t be precariously propped on top of your head likely to slip off with any sort of head movement (retro Olly Murs-esque look) or uncomfortably tight causing the wearer a headache.
Co-ordinate hat with outfit – should be an obvious one. In winter you’re probably looking at matching it to your coat.
Season/Occasion appropriate – be sensible here. Summer hat with winter office wear… just plain wrong on all levels.
Hair under the hat – At some point you’ll need to take that hat off your head and you don’t want to be greeted with a frizzy nightmare lurking underneath. Style your hair simply under that hat (think ponytail etc) and you should be fine.
Now as a bunny, some of these points will be irrelevant to me but hopefully useful to human folk. This is by no means a comprehensive list of the Do’s and Don’ts of hat wearing but it should help you avoid any unnecessary faux pas.
Most of all remember not to hate on the hat!
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This is a brand new blog about a bunny who likes to look stylish. I have so many wonderful outfits in my dressing up box and I am eager to share them with you. If you want to learn more about me then pleaseclick here.
I will be updating regularly so please keep checking back to see my latest look.
Here are some of my personal favourites to kick things off:
Bunny as a Bunny!
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