When I hear “fedora” I think Frank Sinatra: classy, cool and dashing. The legend was commonly seen sporting a classic fedora. The trend has continued far after “Old Blue Eyes” and thankfully has become an androgynous look that will never go out of style.
I was sold after first sight of this Fashionista’s headgear. The navy fedora tops off her funky look and transforms her outfit from casual to classy. It’s not always easy to pull off, but the ease of her flowing hair allows for the fedora to sit nicely and to produce an aura of vintage smoothness. Her navy laced, oxford-esque sandals perfectly compliment the hat and round out the outfit from head to toe.
Ladies, don’t be shy to pick up a men’s cap and call it your own. You’ll look every ounce the feminine mystique—in a way that says, “Hey, it’s a woman’s world too.” There’s a couple of hats I may or may not have drooled over. The Gain Fedora by Brixton is a embodies the classic fedora look and offers everything a fedora was made for: fun, a fresh look and feathers. The Saxon-Caribou by Stetson gives a feminine twist on a classy look with the addition of the bow detail around the crown. The straw Swine Stingy Brim Fedora by Christy adds cool color and texture. The Redwood Fedora and the Benjamin Fedora, both by Bailey, add sophisticated color and give life to any outfit.