Our Hats vs. The Royals

Hats have always been a symbol of royalty, since at least as far back as the days of Pharaoh Cleopatra, who was known to wear exotic, winged headpieces made from gold and precious stones. Here’s how some of our hats stack up to ones worn by contemporary royals. Princess Kate vs. Hats in the Belfry:

May 8th, 2015|Hats in the News|

Spring Style Guide: Bucket Hats

Made famous by trendsetters like Pharrell Williams, Samuel L. Jackson and LL Cool J, the bucket hat has always been synonymous with cool. Here’s how you can use bucket hats to enhance your spring and summer ensembles with styles sold at Hats in the Belfry. For the artist: The Kangol Marker Pen Rev features a

May 5th, 2015|Hats in the News|

How To Pack A Panama Hat

Panama hats are generally made from woven straw material that’s known to compress without compromising the material or shape of the hat. This makes Panama hats great for travel, but you should follow these tips on how to pack a Panama hat to ensure that you don’t affect the hat’s permanent shape or quality. First,

April 10th, 2015|Hats in the News|

How To Reshape A Straw Hat

It’s a common concern among hat-lovers: your straw hat has become misshapen and lopsided after being squished in storage for too long. Straw, especially high-quality straw, is a woven material that’s well-loved for its forgiving properties, so you should be able to reshape a straw hat using these restorative techniques. By hand — Use your

April 6th, 2015|Hats in the News|

Kentucky Derby Fashion

The Kentucky Derby is, in some ways, the Southern version of New York’s Fashion Week. Known as much for its horses as it is for its spectators’ lavish and elaborate hats, the Kentucky Derby is indeed the most exciting two minutes in sports and style. The ladies’ oversized and over-embellished hats are accompanied by authentic

April 1st, 2015|Hats in the News|