Todd Chrisley's Daughter Savannah Rocks New Hairdo after Chopping off Blonde Bob for a Stylish Pixie Cut
Savannah Chrisley is hitting Instagram with a new, banging and daring pixie haircut and we are absolutely all for it!
Given that her parents have been cleared of their state tax evasion charges, Savannah Chrisley is ready for a fresh start and her new haircut is proof of it!
The "Chrisley Knows Best" star shared a photo of herself looking chic in Gucci t-shirt underneath a black and white flannel styled shirt.
She paired it with black leather trousers and accessorized with aviator sunglasses while showing off her perfectly styled pixie cut.
The blonde beauty captioned the post:
“Ladies, do what YOU want to do. Don’t base your looks, opinions, beliefs, etc. on a man and what HE wants. It’s our world, and they live in it.”
"There's something so special about a woman who dominates in a man's world. It takes a certain grace, strength, intelligence, fearlessness, and the nerve to never take no for an answer."
Chrissy looks happy with her new look as she is all smiles and bold about her haircut decision in the picture. Her fans loved her unique style, and the snapshot had over 246,000 likes. They also didn’t stop gushing about her new look in the comment section.
Model Anastagia commented on the post, writing:
"Wowww... power move ??! I feel ya sister, looks good on ya! ??"
Unfortunately, her dad was quite the opposite as he was ‘concerned’ about the look as revealed by People. Todd Chrisley, who seems never too busy for his daughter, commented on his daughter's post, writing:
“I am not sure what I am concerned about the most, the lack of hair or the flannel.”
She, however, didn’t seem to care about her father’s comment as she posted a closer picture, with the caption:
“Anddddd….another one. Just so the haters can take a closer look. ??”
We hope her dad isn't the "hater" she referred to!
Recently the Chrisley's family has had a lot of issues on their plates. In August, Todd and Julie were indicted by a grand jury for tax evasion, wire fraud, and conspiracy bank fraud, as reported by WSBTV. They pleaded not guilty to the charges and turned themselves in for ongoing investigation.
Luckily, they came out victorious as they recently cleared of the charges as the Georgia Department of Revenue acknowledged that they overpaid their taxes in those four years they were accused of evading $2 million.
The couple did not owe anything in those four years and had a net liability of less than $77,000 in overdue taxes for just one year of incorrect filling.