November 20th, 2012
Beauty

In the center

Jessica Miller by Richard Burbridge © T magazine

The center part took center stage at the Spring shows. For the past five years I have worn my hair parted down the middle and it suits me.  It’s such an easy and timeless style.

SHOP

what's new

BALMAIN

Double-breasted wool jacket

RAEY

Long-line twill blazer

BURBERRY

Double-breasted twill blazer

SAINT LAURENT

LouLou suede mules

MARNI

Gold-tone, crystal and horn earrings

J.W. ANDERSON.

Robbed cotton top

BOTTEGA VENETA

Oxidized silver enamel earrings

VALENTINO

The rockstud leather point-toe flats

ISABEL MARANT

Lace-up cotton-blend corset belt

LOEWE

Hammock leather and raffia tote

ISABEL MARANT

Lace-up cotton-blend waist belt

BALENCIAGA

Small textured-leather tote

view all

  • I’m a centre part fan too but everyone keeps telling me to get rid of it – no one knows of the Frankenstein sharp angles of my forehead which lurk hidden in the corners.

    tabithaNovember 20th, 2012  4:15 AM

     
  • The center part will always be reminiscent of the 70s to me. Can’t help it – very Love Story. I agree it has a simplicity which is very appealing with long, straight (ish) hair. Ali MacGraw and Barbara Hershey are two celebrities of that era who I think perfectly captured it’s appeal.

    AprilNovember 20th, 2012  12:25 PM

     
  • Aaahhh….we’re that I could!! My hair has been the scourge of my existence all of my life!!! Nothing about it is “easy and timeless” Be thankful for it ! Oh, and Happy Thanksgiving!!!!

    SheriNovember 20th, 2012  5:51 PM

     
  • I do too, part my long hair in the middle. Being 40 I have no intention of stopping it, I think it’s a classic style.
    Caroline

    Caroline@inner-outerbeauty.comNovember 21st, 2012  3:21 AM

     
  • I also love the center part, my hair is mid length with a lot of wave and curl. Is this something I can pull off? I tend to always do a side/uneven part.

    AnnieMarch 1st, 2013  1:32 PM

     

Please be courteous. All comments are moderated. Preachy comments about body weight, age, smoking, and furs will not be posted.

Name :

Email (will not be published) :

Dior
Transitioning into Spring
Blue and White