The flapper’s cloche is one of the most iconic accessories of the roaring twenties and thirties. We hold a soft spot for this decade of women that spurred on a female revolution, the twenties and thirties are the decades that birthed our beloved little black dress and a considerable amount of the beauty products and fashion we know today. The quintessential hat of the flapper was developed by Caroline Reboux, and worn, sketched, and made by the infamous Coco Chanel. The incorporation of draping and adornments on these hats make them more elaborate and decadent head-dresses than your average beret or fedora.
The Lust: The beautifully draped green cloche by Behida Dolic is a one of a kind, custom fitted piece that we covet so deeply we’re not sure that there’s a limit as to what we’d do to get our hands on it. Its posh use of color, and the stature of its texture makes this hat a delicate, vintage lust worthy piece. Behida has a wide range of these hand crafted headdresses for us to choose from. Pin tucked curls and eton crops here we come.
The Must: Anthropologie’s feathered cloche a sophisticated blend of adornments and coverage that we want to wear everywhere. Between fringe dresses, fur trimmed coats, the LBD, and the cloche we’re not sure which piece from this decade was the most divine gift to woman kind, but we’re content to enjoy and collect variation on all of them. Skinny pants and high collared coats pair perfectly with this bell shaped bonnet that makes us feel oh so Josephine Baker if she was alive in the twenty-first century.