Thursday, July 14, 2011

Hats - Trilby vs. Fedora

Hats are really awesome, especially in this weather. They offer protection from the sun and they look good.... what more can you want?


Dsquared2 used hats (and awesome glasses) in their SS11 show, different variations on the ever popular Trilby hat.

This is a trilby hat:
Reiss - Fabio

It is not a fedora. This is a fedora:

Rag & Bone - Flynn

You can tell them apart by the fact that the fedora has a straight brim, while the trilby has a shorter brim that curls up at the back. A lot of people confuse the two. But now you know.

This is a super flirty summer trilby hat, with the large black flower and the light straw material.

Reiss - Edmund

A flowered trilby is totally on trend, very fun.

Oasis - Ditsy

This roped trilby is great for the beach.

Eugenia - Kim

I'm in love with this sheer lace fedora.


Play with the colours, textures, and the bands to create a totally unique look.

Nordstrom - Degrade
This is a more dressy and glam look for going out.

Eugenia - Kim
But hats aren't only for the summer. These looks work great in the fall.

Paul Smith
I love the colours on these trilby hats.

Diesel - FE service

The bow and feathers are so cute on this greige trilby.

Helene Berman

A black fedora invokes the mysterious look of an old school P.I.

Burberry - Reese

If you decide to go with a fedora, or a trilby, make sure it fits properly (my head is way too small for most hats... which makes me want them more!) and wear it at the right level on your face (not tooo far back, forward, or to the side).

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