A hat isn't just about fashion, though the bespoke hats found here at Boston Millinery are the height of vintage style, it's about how you feel. It's about finding that finishing touch that make the corners of your lips uptick into a smile that shares your confidence and creativity.
The Polly, a Downton Abbey inspired, 1920's style, cloche hat. A hat that sits comfortably on your head and won't blow away in the breeze. With full head coverage and ample brim which gives you wonderful winter protection. The brim is wider at the front than the back and can be worn down or folded up in varying degrees depending on your mood and needs.
An elegant vintage style hat that can be worn anytime, anywhere. Super versatile straight form the roaring twenties and easy to pack.
This Polly is made in black velvet fabric and finished with a removable velvet band and bow. This band is available in multiple colors and can also be worn as a headband when not in use on your hat! Please make your choice of band color and size from the drop down boxes.
For more velvet headbands which can be interchanged to provide you with a very versatile hat please click here.
Your gorgeous vintage style hat is fully lined in a soft cotton fabric, for quality and comfort.
Ready to smile in the mirror with your own bespoke hat? Please contact me and we'll make something special, together.
Scheduled to ship 1-2 weeks after purchase. If you need something in a hurry please contact me. Your lovely hat arrives in a handmade hat bag, ships via USPS and is insured from our studio to your door.
Care Instructions: This hat can be hand washed and either dried flat on a towel or dried on a hat stand. Band is removable and can be washed using the same method.
Your hat will arrive in a handmade hat bag will ship USPS mail. By purchasing this item you are supporting an independent artist, thank you!
Designed, pattern cut and handmade by Boston Millinery.
HOW DO YOU MEASURE YOUR HEAD?
Take a measuring tape and wrap it around your head just above your eyebrows and over your ears. Make sure the tape lies over the fullest part of the back of the head and do not pull the tape any tighter than you would want a hat to feel during wear.