When the sun comes out or the clouds turn grey, there’s always a time for the Fedora. First popularised in the 1890s, later adopted by Hollywood’s leading stars such as Marlene Dietrich, Ingrid Bergman and Katherine Hepburn, the Fedora has become a fashion staple.
And who could deny the moody glamour it adds to this image of Brigitte Bardot?
This much-loved hat with it’s dented crown and chameleon-like character has been associated with style and refinement for over a century. Take the Western look with denim and ankle boots.
In glamorous contrast, Olivia Palermo dials up the impact with this elegant combo of felt Fedora and cosy poncho.
Or it can mean business – pairing with a pant suit will add attitude.
And for summer, accent your dressing with a straw Fedora. Worn with ease, it doubles as a style and a beauty essential, giving you that sought-after chic, summery look.
Make it your own and add a feather, flower or special badge. A jauntily perched Fedora is a life saver if you don’t have enough time to style your hair, you need that extra sun protection, or you simply want to be seen not taking things too seriously.
Sunny days, dull days these days the Fedora will add a cool vibe to your dressing style.