The Women’s Black and Tan Fedora is a sleek, simple hat. The fedora got its name from the title of an 1882 play, in which the main character dons a center creased hat. The play debuted in the United States in 1889, planting the seed for the hat’s surge in popularity throughout the 20th century. The versatile fedora soared in popularity for men and women alike during the Roaring Twenties, continued to be worn during the Great Depression, and was even worn by greasers in the early 50s. Though perhaps best known as jazz crooner Frank Sinatra’s hat of choice, the hat was also adopted as a symbol for the Women’s Rights Movement.
Enjoy the spirit of summer with this simple yet dramatic classic. This lightweight hat is UPF 50, providing excellent protection from harmful rays.
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Fold in half and roll up this Summer Fedora for easy packing. Hat will spring back into shape once you arrive at your destination and pop it onto your head.
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One Women’s Black and Tan Fedora.