Today is going to be a picture-heavy post focusing on some hats I've been making and finally taking photos of recently.
If you follow me on Instagram, or subscribe to the newsletter, you might be getting sick of this 1940s-reproduction turban made from wool felt, because I just LOVE it, so I keep sharing it! (Oh, and you can custom order your own in your size and any colour.)
This was the first version of this style of turban, and it turned out a bit small for me, and also for my model, but you get the idea!
This one is made from thermofelt, which I've talked about before. It has the benefit of the bounce-back qualities of that material, but being thinner, it has a less full and lush feel, I think.
Away from specifically vintage styles, I still think this winter felt hat with faux fur trim has a vintage feel to it. Maybe it's just the way it softly frames the face.
My favourite thing about it is how it looks like completely fur from one side, and almost all felt from the other side.
This purple fur beret is also from a block you've seen before, and, again, I'm still working it out. It is a little large and I need to work out how to make that still work for me. Still, I love the colour of this one. I love bright purple in winter outfits.
What is your favourite colour and style of hat for winter? Leave me a comment and let me know! I love finding out what people like to wear.
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