My head seems to be a little bit larger than the average woman (or so the department stores want me to think). Any time I shopped for a hat, my size was never found. What I ended up with was a hat that would attempt to cut off my circulation and had to be forcibly stretched to fit my head. And so I decided not to wear a hat unless it was absolutley necessary. Well, I need to wear more hats this 2009 - 2010 winter season, for my bad hair days and to add more style to my look.
Did you know that September is National Fall Hat Month? I've never heard of this before so it must be quite new (as in just began a year or two ago). The fourth week of September is National Fall Hat Week. People are encouraged to wear felt or fabric hats as fall begins. No doubt this is to promote the hat industry. I'm sorry I was ignorant of the celebration. Won't miss it next year.
The styles of hats that are favorites for fall/winter 2009 - 2010 are the fedora, the cloche and the military hat. These are simple styles, as seen above, that many women can wear. Simplicity, overall, seems to win every time when it comes to regular lifestyles. For me, originality combined with simple lines is a plus.
While looking at hat websites, I viewed some very elaborate hat designs that look like art work, and the costs reflect this. A very confident woman who loves attention and excellent craftmanship would be the ideal customer to purchase such hats. I would love to buy one, and display it in a glass case proudly for my guests to admire.
Till next blog!
golden elaborate straw hat - www.ransomsboutique.com
lilac military hat - www.nextag.com
black fedora hat - www.nextag.com
grey cloche hat - www.harlemsheaven.com