Author: Helena Sheffield
Pages: 112 Pages
The perfect and practical pocket guide to being a hat wearer for novices and aficionados alike, complete with tips on where to buy them, how to wear them, who wears them best and tricks of the trade (yes hat hair, we’re looking at you).
Hats have been a mainstay of fashion for centuries, but now they’re back with a bang – overtaking the accessories departments of Topshop et al and gracing the celebrated heads of Taylor Swift, Cara Delevigne, Johnny Depp and the like day in and day out. But which one should you wear? Which will suit you best, how should you wear them and when?
The Art of Wearing Hats answers all these questions and more. Broken down into chapters covering everyday, outdoor and special occasion hats, you’ll soon discover the full range to choose from, alongside who in the Googlable world you can turn to for styling tips, and fun facts about where each originated from.
Complete with illustrations and tips on how to grow your hat-wearing confidence, it might be an idea to start making room in your wardrobe.
The Art of Wearing Hats: What to Choose. Where to Find. How to Style. by Helena Sheffield is a simple ode to hats. It, rather charmingly, delves into the history of each hat, each style and each period of popularity.
It is quite endearing to find a sweet book on such a niche topic that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
From the fedora to the fez, there is little that this author does not know about hats.
The only downside to this book is that towards the end you do feel like the author is grasping at straws to include more pages – in particular the section on ‘searchable terms’ – which seemed unnecessary.
Other than that The Art of Wearing Hats: What to Choose. Where to Find. How to Style. by Helena Sheffield is a short, sweet and pleasant read.
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