You have to share which website you found those pics on! Wow! I love the first two!
That cream colored hat in the middle is gorgeous! If you ever want rosettes for a hat let me know, I can probably find something in a color you like at Colonial Williamsburg :)
Well - I know for a fact that the cream colored hat was sold when I found it on the internet...and it was in Austrailia to boot! The feather pins were also sold - an on line antique auction. The top hat was pretty basic with the addition of the feathers and satin band...I am sure anyone of you guys could do that on your own.Sadly - my favorite one ...the V shaped hat ..all the information I had on where I found it went into la-la land when my computer crashed a couple of months ago.
Ooooh . . . Ahhhh . . .Those are beautiful. I love the cream hat, but that last one is to die for!
That first hat, do want!!!I must have one like it!
Okay, I admit - I am a fashionaholic. I think Im going to attend a clinic for side saddle just to learn how to carry off these darn BEAUTIFUL hats!!!!!
The first one is my favorite! Elegant and eye-catching.
Whoa. All of them are awesome. But that tricorn with the rosette feather holder is fabulous.
Those hats are awesome and I'm not even a hat person!
Love these hats. Wish we still wore them in the real world.
Julie, the 'V' shaped hat is a tri-corner hat of the Colonial Era. I've seen pictures of women wearing them when in Colonial Costumes.
I love the first two! home based data entry
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