Posts Tagged ‘hats’

French Fashion: Mad as a Hatter

This spring’s hat trend has evolved greatly from the traditional winter beanie. Hats have dominated as the new favorite […]

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Paris Fashion: Seen on the Streets of Paris

Paris fashion has captivated the world throughout the decades, and this week we take a look at the classic beauty of the wide-brimmed hat. Just throwing on one of these simple yet chic black hats instantly makes […]

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Paris Fashion: Seen on the Streets of Paris

I met two women sporting really great headwear as part of their Paris fashion. But it wasn’t just their hats that caught my eye as I strolled around the romantic city—it was their whole look. First up is a woman I […]

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Paris Shopping: Seen on the Streets of Paris

Fashion is one of the first things I think of when I’m about to wander around the streets of Paris. “What will I wear today?” is a big question when there are so many artists of dressing and well-appointed Parisians walking around. But right now when I get outside the last thing I want to do is parade up and down the boulevards, and it’s not because I’m ashamed of my clothes; it’s because I’m really, really cold.

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Paris Shopping: Seen on the Streets of Paris

There’s still a chill on the streets of Paris, but we all hope spring will take over the city and Paris fashion at any moment. Until then, women are keeping warm and looking fabulous in woolly hats.

From edgy black unembellished numbers to clouds of soft white wool and fur pom-poms, it is worth taking note of beauty and the beanie. From what I have seen, Parisians don’t tend to wear a lot of makeup, but when they do, Paris easily becomes one of the best cities for luxe understated looks.

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Paris Shopping: Seen on the Streets of Paris

With its roots firmly planted in French culture (the headwear gets its name from Victorien Sardou’s character Fédora) you’d expect to see the fedora everywhere in Paris, and indeed I spotted a great many—but not on men. In our devotion to Paris shopping, we’ve borrowed every other item of clothing from “men’s” wardrobes, so it was inevitable that this hat would have its turn.

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