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 velvet Alice Cloche is a 1930's vintage inspired, beautiful accessory.
Pictured here made with a chartreuse green velvet and fully lined in a soft knit jersey. This is a soft hat made in a stretch velvet, luxurious to the touch and so comfy to wear.
A handmade, couture cloche hat for style, warmth and comfort in the fall, winter and spring seasons. This hat has a narrow brim which perfectly frames the face. It will last you for many seasons and many years. An ongoing classic piece you will never tire of
Accented by a beautiful and colorful hydrangea petal style brooch. Each petal is hand cut from velvet or satin and the center of each is finished with a small glass bead. There are several colors in this brooch from burgundy to chartreuse, gray and shades of pink. The brooch you receive is one of a kind.
The matching scarf is also made in the same soft and sumptuous velvet, it is a double layer and measures approx 62" long by 6" wide and can be found by clicking this link
Ready to smile in the mirror with your own bespoke hat? Please contact me and we'll make something special, together. Kimberley@bostonmillinery.com
Care Instructions: This hat can be hand washed and dried flat on a towel. Please do not iron as this will disturb the plush pile of the fabric.
Your hat will arrive in a handmade hat bag and will be sent via USPS mail.
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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.