1920s Tricorne Style Hat
with High Scalloped Parts
A 1920s hat of fuchsia purple velvet and satin, harmoniously blended in this smart little tricorn which has high rounded brim sections. Each of these velvet brim sections is edged with a pointed border made of narrow cerise ribbon. The tassels with ornamental tops on 1920s hats are typically in a matching tint to the pointed ribbon edge.
Many 1920s hats with innumerable large dots of white and of black chenille on a veil drapery that borders a Spanish sailor hat made of Mahogany hatters' plush. It would be equally as smart with a drapery of platinum gray, having large self-colored chenille dots on a self-colored hat.
Another model of 1920s hats with a godet insert in the brim has a round crown with a set-in tip and a brim that rolls on the left and is depressed on the right with a set-in godet. The chapeau is of citron silk faced with black Lyons velvet, the flowers displaying the same happy color combination.
Royal blue velvet is the foundation of this remarkably handsome 1920s hat that has square inserts in the brim on each side. The drapery is of black filet lace, and a chin-strap of the velvet is caught at one side with a pink rose, its duplicate nestling among the lace draping at the crown-side.
Having a curved coronet front and two attachments at the sides, this 1920s hat is of gray panne edged with gold stitchery and embellished with red and blue diamond-shaped ornaments of kid, which appear also on the side-pieces.
During the first years of the 1920s, the wide brim hat style of the Edwardian era continued to be chic. A fine woven black straw hat features a deep crown worn so low it just about covers the eyebrows. The very wide drooping brim drops dramatically at both sides and is trimmed with narrow satin ribbon. Large floppy pink petal flowers are nonchalantly arranged around the brim.