Hats

Spring is on its way, and we're taking advantage of the gentle breeze to stroll in our garden or on our balcony to soak up the first rays of sunshine if we're lucky, and protect ourselves from the heat of the first swims, boat trips and sightseeing tours of the summer with a pretty fedora. You'll fall for the bowler hat for a fresh, preppy-chic ...

Spring is on its way, and we're taking advantage of the gentle breeze to stroll in our garden or on our balcony to soak up the first rays of sunshine if we're lucky, and protect ourselves from the heat of the first swims, boat trips and sightseeing tours of the summer with a pretty fedora. You'll fall for the bowler hat for a fresh, preppy-chic look... You'll pick up an oval camel hat with a chain from your wardrobe for a little western-girl flair, and why not pair it with low-rise jeans, which, against all odds, are making a comeback in the spring 2022 fashion trends...

How to wear the fedora, a classic for glamorous, chic androgynous looks?

The fedora hat is a must-have among classic millinery accessories, featuring wide or medium brims and three hollows, one on top and two on the front. These atypical features make it an instantly recognizable hat. Originally intended for men, more and more women looking for androgynous accessories for sober, sensual masculine looks are adopting it into their outfits and wardrobes.

Its unique shape conveys the image of a conquering leader and a courageous, inquisitive adventurer, and it's easy to remove with just one hand, without feeling constrained in your movements. Highly charismatic, the fedora goes wonderfully well with a woman's tailored top and bottom ensemble, an oversized blazer jacket, a plain bandeau crop top or a basic sleeveless bodysuit and oversized straight-cut high-waisted pants, a pair of pumps to slim your silhouette... The fedora is also called borsalino in homage to Giuseppe Borsalino, the last most famous fedora designer, who made it his star product. The fedora became a world-famous hat at the 1900 Paris World's Fair, where it was awarded a prize.

Originally, the fedora owes its very first name to a character in a French play by Victorien Sardou presented in Paris in 1882, in which the star and main character played by Sarah Bernhardt was "Fedora". This detective drama laid the foundations for the mysterious image of this soft felt hat, which over time became the headgear of badboys, white-collar gangsters, private detectives, Prohibition criminals and men in the 1930s. The fedora became a symbol of conquest for the suffragettes, the first feminist activists to demand the right to vote and equal citizenship.

In the cinema, the fedora became the preferred symbol of conquest for Harrison Ford, who played the charismatic Professor Jones junior in Indiana Jones. The safari style was born with this adventurous look, which became a fashion classic. Harisson Ford popularized the fedora by wearing it with a falling edge at the front and back. Since then, the fedora has been regularly seen in films, such as Casablanca with Hollywood star Humprey Bogart.

The fedora is a universal and timeless hat , easily blending with nude winter looks and long-sleeved bodysuits for a touch of 90s retro glamour. Mix it with a wool coat, leather skirt and beige suede boots for spring. In summer, mix fedoras with loose, oversized high-waisted denim shorts for a feminine, confident and trendy look, with a pair of wedge sandals!

How to wear a floppy hat

The capelline is a glamorous hat celebrated for its wide brim and round cap that hugs the contours of the skull. Very ladylike and glamorous, the capelline was originally made mainly of straw and other light, wispy materials that lend themselves well to the characteristic twist of this women's hat. The capelline has kept this atypical shape and comes in a variety of colors and patterns, with bows, ribbons and other accessories and materials such as straw, felt, lace, horsehair..

In the 14th century, capelines were worn mainly by peasant women in the fields, often made of straw, for protection from the sun. Originally a practical hat, the capelline is still worn by women on the racetrack. It wasn't until the film Les demoiselles de Rochefort and actresses Françoise Dorleac and Catherine Deneuve popularized the capelin, making it an indispensable accessory inHollywood actresses' gowns, with its glamorous style, long, sometimes openwork dresses and wispy hats.

Fall for our collection of hats for the upcoming spring season, and dress up and personalize your outfits with a pretty camel fedora or a black floppy hat..

Our selection of low-priced hats is suitable for every woman and every head, available in one size in a range of elegant colors.

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