Protective Mask in Cotton Canvas with Internal Pocket for Masquerade Model Filter


Protective Masquerade mask designed and created by “Casa Doria” to help you protect yourself from viruses but also from smog in a simple, natural and elegant way. Made externally in a “100% organic cotton” cotton canvas, in the very simple and refined CRU color. Internally lined in easy-to-remove white lightweight cotton poplin It has a practical internal pocket to insert the protection filters (we will offer you the first ones!) The small and precious details are not intrusive but make them in all respects a Doria accessory. Striped cotton profiles, grosgrain flag, logoed oval, shaped chin and elastic with rubber regulator and, to preserve it, cotton canvas bag with the historic Maison crest hot stamped.



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Protective Mask in Cotton Canvas with Internal Pocket for Masquerade Model Filter


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How to choose the size?

How to Choose the Right Hat Size

Choosing the correct hat size is always a critical moment also because each hat made with craftsmanship and then sold in hats have very different sizes compared to the classic ones to which clothing stores have become accustomed.

The sizes for hats are calculated in centimeters and range from size 55 (the smallest) up to 62 (the largest); to understand which is the most suitable size for us we need to follow an extremely simple and quick procedure.

To calculate your correct hat size, all you need to do is take a tailor's tape measure, measure the circumference of your head keeping the tape measure just one centimeter above your ears, which is the point where your hat will fit perfectly.

If you do not have a tailor's meter, you can calculate the size simply using a piece of string, a string or a lace of your shoes: in the same procedure as before, calculate the circumference with the meter, mark with a pen or a felt-tip pen at the point where the two parts of the lace meet, after which with a ruler or a normal meter measure the lace.