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Cloches are essential hats for women's wardrobe. Whether for formal occasions or everyday use, cloche hats are classic women's accessories that are perfect for any occasion.
When we talk about cloche hats, we are basically talking about women's headgear with a classic bell shape. Very much in vogue in the 1800s, this model of hat can be made of various materials, from felt to straw and finally also fabric.
The cap of cloche hats is round and fades slightly to form a short wing, elegantly outlining the wearer's face and gaze.
Choosing the right cloche hat for your style is a very important step and should be approached with care. Whether it is for an informal event or a ceremony, the hat needs to match your look perfectly.
For those who prefer a casual, sporty look, the blue or beige cloche hat in fabric is always a good choice; for a ceremony, however, you should choose fabrics, patterns and colours that reflect your style and match the dress you are wearing.
Attention should also be paid to the season in which you want to use this accessory. During the cold season it is better to choose cloche hats made of heavier, waterproof fabrics such as felt and some technical materials. During the summer, on the other hand, you can choose lighter materials such as cotton or linen, combining bright colours and flashy patterns.
Choosing the right hat size is always a critical moment, also because every hat made by hand and then sold in hat shops has very different sizes compared to the classic ones that clothing shops have accustomed us to.
Hat sizes are calculated in centimetres and range from size 55 (the smallest) to 62 (the largest). There is a very simple and quick procedure to find out which size is right for you.
To calculate your correct hat size all you have to do is take a tape measure, measure the circumference of your head by holding the tape measure just one centimetre above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.
You can also calculate the size using a piece of string, a string or a shoelace, following the procedure described above. Mark with a pen the point where the two laces meet and then measure using a traditional tape measure or ruler.