With the popularity of period pieces set in the 1920s, we've seen a resurgence in Cloche Curiosity, and while often the charm of these classic hats is cause of immediate joy, the question we get a lot almost immediately after is: "But where would I wear this?"
Well, let's find out!
Pork pie hats, with their low-profile telescope crowns and supple stingy brims, are as classy and classic as the fedora. It's a hat that has range and staying power through years, spanning from the silent film era of Buster Keaton, to jazz musician Lester Young, even into modern pop culture with fictional characters like Walter White, from the Breaking Bad series.
They are a tried and true favorite and ours, and we hope you give them a try! Here's some quick tips with how to incorporate them into your style.
From travels to storage off season, to adventures anew, you begin to notice your hat is picking up creases and dents, wrinkles and folds where maybe there hadn't been any before, but don't fret!
Getting a felt hat back to its old appearance isn't impossible, and may just require a bit of steam and waiting! Here's a quick guide to reclaiming the shape of your hat.
4 Tips to Pick The Perfect The Kentucky Derby Hat
The “Run for the Roses” is one of the biggest global sporting events of the year. But to many folks, the race is tangential to the “scene to be seen” party: a unique fashion show for beautiful – and sometimes over the top – women’s dress hats. With the race nearing the proverbial home stretch, here are some tips to help you find the perfect Kentucky Derby hat for the infield, grandstand or just to dress up for a backyard Triple Crown Party at a friend’s house.