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The only thing we here at This Week’s Look adore more than vintage hats is a vintage hat sale. Poppycock Vintage on etsy is currently testing our post-holiday spending willpower with a fantastic sale through December 31. They have an incredible selection of vintage chapeaux, so reasonably priced, we may have no choice but to pawn all of the Christmas presents we received in order to buy them all.
This week, we have assembled for you a selection of our favorites from Poppycock’s etsy storefront, all on sale right now. Click on each image below to see the individual listing, and follow Poppycock on Facebook for regular sale announcements.
Vintage 1960s Christian Dior beehive toque with jeweled trim:
Vintage 1960s creamy cocoa wool hat by Sears Fashions:
Vintage 1960s mod, thick lambskin, mottled fur hat lined in a soft jersey knit:
Vintage 1960s high crown, domed straw hat with velvet hat band by Mr. John:
Vintage 1960s classic wool felt cloche:
Vintage 1970s tan wool felt bowler with tassel and leather hat band:
Vintage 1960s shaggy wool cloche with buckle trim:
Vintage 1960s, adorable and cozy faux fur leopard hat:
Vintage 1960s royal purple velour beaded pillbox:
Vintage 1970s velvet pageboy cap:
Modern men and women are privileged to have access to an infinite variety of hair products to manipulate sad tresses into any imaginable shape. But our brave predecessors had far fewer options. Back then, a bad hair day could ruin your week. Back then, fashion was the only cure for deadly hair. Hats, snoods, beanies, scarves, buckets (in a pinch), and yes…turbans.
We have for you this week an expertly curated collection of sensational vintage turbans, all available right now from various sellers on eBay and etsy. Click on each image below to see the actual listing.
And if you’re thinking, “there’s no way I could ever pull off a vintage turban!” you’re most likely correct. Only those who fully appreciate the exalted turban deserve to wear one. So march on, sister. March on.
Vintage 1960s two-tone chartreuse silk turban from pastique on etsy.
A pattern for a vintage 1930s crocheted fishnet turban from eStitches on etsy.
Vintage 1960s dramatic peacock turban from StelmaDesigns on etsy.
Vintage 1960s Christian Dior apple green pleated turban on eBay.
Glamorous vintage pink satin turban by Jeanne Lanvin Paris Castillo on eBay.
The Bacardi. A vintage 1960s sizzling silver turban from Luncheonettevintage on etsy.
Vintage 1960s Christian Dior pastel yarn cloud turban on eBay.
Vintage 1960s black and white pleated turban from AnaChronos on etsy.
Vintage Lily Dache pleated taffeta turban on eBay.
Vintage turban draped with feathers and sequined netting on eBay.
Vintage 1960s bold orange turban from RoadsLessTravelled2 on etsy.
Vintage Adolfo turban with pink polka dots from BoroughVintage on etsy.
Vintage 1950s to 1960s striking eggplant turban from RoadsLessTravelled2 on etsy.
Vintage 1960s mystere noir turban from MonDesirVintage on etsy.
Pastels and veiled hats are going to be very, very, very this spring; this veiled beanie from Jil Sander’s Spring 2012 collection is a stunning example. I am so excited about the coming season that I just acquired the lavender, veiled headband below for just $10 on eBay. I know, right? I have a disease.
I apologize for my lengthy fashion blogging absence, but things got kind of heavy. My beloved brother Sean passed away suddenly at age 38, which is far too soon for anyone to leave, especially someone as amazing as him. When I left for D.C., and we still had hope that he would recover, I packed just enough to get me through a few days. Those days stretched into two weeks and I eventually found myself shopping for a dress to wear to his funeral.
And a vintage hat of course.
I want to express enormous gratitude to Nicholette Alexander, a wonderful seller on etsy who expedited the veiled hat below to me in D.C. so that I could have it in time for Sean’s funeral.
That said, “Nicholettes” (as she is known on etsy) is my featured seller this week. Similar to the one I purchased from her, Nicholettes has a number of stunning vintage hats (among other great vintage finds) available in her etsy shop right now, many of which come with free hat boxes! Click on each image below to see the full listing.
Vintage cocoa brown birdcage hat from Nicholettes on etsy. $25.
Vintage velveteen feathered stovepipe from Nicholettes on etsy. $45.
Vintage satin-wrapped pillbox from Nicholettes on etsy. $39.
Vintage 1960s mod hat and hat box from Nicholettes on etsy. $42.
Vintage 1960s “Jackie O” polka dot pillbox hat from Nicholettes on etsy. $42.95.
Black and red mini top hat with ostrich feathers from Nicholettes on etsy. $18.
Vintage veiled velvet pillbox hat from Nicholettes on etsy. $29.
Vintage mustard gold fedora with hat box from Nicholettes on etsy. $39.
Vintage velvety pleated cloche with free hat box from Nicholettes on etsy. $42.
Vintage 1960s so mod faux leopard fez from Nicholettes on etsy. $21.
Vintage velour tilt cap with sateen bow from Nicholettes on etsy. $75.
Spotted at Target yesterday, some decent vintage-style cloches for $16. Not bad, Target, no bad. Unfortunately, they only come in one size and my head is on the small side. But hey, it’s what’s inside that counts, yeah? If you love this style, I recently found a nice crop of them on eBay and etsy. Click here to see them all.
It was the 1920s. The Great War was over, women won the vote, and the music of the Jazz Age empowered us to bebop our way through a period of sustained prosperity. Of course, women still had it tough, but we were beginning to assert our independence and break free from many sartorial and social restrictions. Indeed, our fashions reflected this new-found freedom. We wore looser, shorter clothes, bobbed our hair and discovered that make up isn’t just for prostitutes.
It was also during this time that the hairstyle known as the Eton crop (the short, slicked-down cut worn by Josephine Baker) became so popular. It is said that the Eton crop emerged during this time because it was the best hairstyle to show off the trendiest hat of the era, the cloche.
A cloche is a fitted, bell-shaped hat (originally invented by milliner Caroline Reboux in 1908), typically worn very low on the forehead. This style of hat peaked in popularity in the 1920s and continued to be seen until about 1933.
These days, whether vintage or new, cloche hats continue to represent feminism, independence and the height of style. Below we have gathered a selection of vintage, new and custom made cloche-style hats found on etsy this week. Click on each image below to see the full listing.
Hand made royal blue cloche with vintage button from yellowfield7 on etsy. $380.
Hand made fedora in dusty pink and gray fur felt from TheMillineryShop on etsy. $265.
Hand made beige cloche with buttons from RetroReproHandmade on etsy. $69.
Made-to-order felt cloche (modified from vintage pattern) with bow and chains from FeltFancy on etsy. $30.95.
Vintage teal wool cloche from alleycatsvintage on etsy. $38.
Hand blocked cherry red cloche from Steambobbin on etsy. $105.
Dark gray felt cloche with feathers from ohmama on etsy. $175.
One of a kind, hand made slate and pheasant cloche from KelseyPitney on etsy. $40.
Hand blocked gold wool cloche with taffeta ribbon from neworleansmagpie on etsy. $58.
Custom made 1920s-style cloche with red wooden buckle from bonniesknitting on etsy. $85.
Vintage 1970s furry felt cloche from jackiedretroboutique on etsy. $28.
Add a pop of color to your ensemble with this vintage peacock blue felt wool cloche from misswonderful1950 on etsy. $26.
Custom made wool felt cloche with side draped pleats from LuminataCo on etsy. $125.
Vintage brushed wool cloche with wide leather band from IKAHN on etsy. $34.
Vintage mossy green brushed felt cloche from yellowfeathr on etsy. $24.
Vintage brown cloche with sleek black patent trim from SparrowGardens on etsy. $30.
Simple cream cloche with bow from BlancheandEleganza on etsy. $40.
Great Gatsby! Clementine light gray cloche with orange trim from yellowfield7 on etsy. $385.
Sure, you could max out your platinum card on this Gucci jumpsuit ($1995) and fedora ($450) on gucci.com, or you could get the same look for less than a sushi dinner. Just click your gel polished index finger on my fancy images below. Now give your personal shopper some brown sugar. Photo credit: Sofia Sanchez and Mauro Mongiello for WSJ Magazine.
Dark cherry wool felt fedora on etsy. $25.
Vintage military style jumpsuit on eBay. $36.
Camel fedora with buckle on etsy. $29.
Vintage Liz Claiborne jumpsuit on eBay. With belt. $16.
Put a feather in your cap. $9.99 for 10 feathers and hat pins. eBay.