Vintage Velvet Cloche Hat

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Destination: Krakow, Poland

In the 1920s the cloche came into style. First designed to look almost like a helmet, fitting tightly over the newly fashionable bob haircut, by the end of the decade the style had loosened and the brim could be worn up or down. The soft style of this velvet number looks great worn at a jaunty angle.


Many cloche hats were worn unadorned, but lots of styles demanded ribbons. Interestingly, the style of ribbon could tell a prospective suitor something about the young lady underneath the hat. For example, a ribbon th... Read More

Details and Dimensions

9" Width.
Black silk grosgrain ribbon tied in a bow at the front.

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