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During the early Victorian decades, voluminous skirts held up with crinolines, and then hoop skirts, were the focal point of the silhouette. To enhance the style without distracting from it, hats were modest in size and design, low crown fancy riding hats being the popular choice. These hats, which had been worn during the late Regency period, had high, small crowns and brims that grew larger until the 1830s.
Hat No Roses: Low crown women’s, 1800’s Victorian top hat with Brocade/Jacquard Satin band in choice of color, black lace band, and black lace tail. One Size, fits most adults and large children.
Hat With Roses: Low crown women’s, 1800’s Victorian top hat with Brocade/Jacquard Satin band in choice of color, black lace band, black lace tail and matching rose embellishment. One Size, fits most adults and large children.
The inside of this hat measures 23 inches. Default color is Red Satin (1st Image), 1-12 is the color option in the second image of this listing. Please remember these are handmade so no two hats will be exactly alike. For this reason each rose may look slightly different from the picture. Hats are made to order which means these may take time to make before shipping.
Women's hats during the Victorian era are stereotypically thought of as the enormous, feather- and flower-laden creations that were fashionable in the late-Victorian period. They evolved through many trends over the decades before reaching the later style.
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One Size: Fits most adults and lager children.