A Thing of the Past
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Size Guide

How to measure your head

We prefer that you measure your head in centimeters because it tends to be more accurate than inches. Measure several times to ensure accuracy.

step 1

To measure your head size where your hat will sit, gather a cloth measuring tape or a simple string.

step 2

Start at the back of your head by gently wrapping the measuring tape or string towards your forehead a half inch (temple area) above your ears. Meet both ends of the measuring tape or string at the center of your forehead above the eyebrows.

step 3

Mark where those two points meet and measure the distance between the start and end points. If using a string, measure the start and end points against a ruler to find your hat size. Use this measurement to determine your hat size. Hat sizes vary by style, so be sure to check the unique fit for each.

A Thing of the Past

Ashley Cornil | July 07, 2019

The forever revolving door of fashion; One minute the fashion world can't get enough of skinny jeans and platform shoes, and the next we are riding the wave of off the shoulder dresses and cutoff denim. 

The ever-changing landscape of fashion is just a reflection on the past with slight tweaks on the old to make them new. 

Women's hats though don't necessarily follow suit. The small hats of the past, though applicable to some occasions, are not the same hats you see regularly today. Pushing the boundaries in the hat world means taking the best women's hats from past eras and pulling them up to the modern age. For instance, extending the brim length on a classic bolero shape to offer more function to the hat than just fashion. 

  Discover women's hats of the modern age here