Kangol Siren Fedora – Perfect Winter Hat

Kangol are on the money with the launch of this wonderful purple fedora hat for girls. In luxurious wool felt, it could just be the perfect winter hat this season.

It’s important to know your hats. You should know that a fedora has a wider brim at the front than a trilby.

And whereas he trilby is the favourite of Pete Docherty, the Fedora was the hat of choice of the iconic Frank Sinatra. The Fedora’s image that is more 50s brat pack than 80s ska.

Overtaking the trilby in the fashion stakes led by the likes of Kate Moss and Brad Pitt, the Fedora is all about how you wear it. Tilt this way and that to give away your mood – cheeky, moody, fashionista! Gangster or adventurer. Pop star or recluse.

So Kangol have their timing perfected with the launch of their ‘Siren’ Fedora this autumn. It has a wide floppy brim perfect for sun or snow, and a softly pinched trilby crown. A great winter hat in soft felted wool. The colour is a blend of two purples swirled together with a hat band of the same felt. It’s a lightweight but warm style that is really feminine topped off by the gold Kangol pin is on the hat band.

This is a premium quality heritage hat, crafted in the USA with a real luxury feel. A must for larger than life characters this season.

The Kangol Siren Fedora is available a www.kangolstore.com.

 

 

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