"Mira" is a classic warm wool slouchy newsboy cap. It's a warm winter accessory that you'll be wearing for years. The hat is made with two different fabrics. One is an argyle wool in black and gray, the other is a dark gray wool. It's embellished with a black satin rosette and a vintage black glass button with silver detail. This hat brim looks great flipped back as well as worn in it's traditional way. It is completely made by hand and one of a kind. Fully lined with a cotton fabric that was once a designer dress. Inner adjustable grosgrain ribbon headband. So versatile, it looks great with everything from a tailored coat to jeans and boots!
An easy hat to take with you when traveling. In stock and ready to ship.
FIT AND SIZE: Comfortably fits a 21-22.5 inch head size. Adjustable inner headband to make it more snug if needed.
HOW TO MEASURE YOUR HEAD SIZE: Place a flexible tape measure around the widest part of your head above your ears and eyebrows, where the hat will sit. Take this measurement three times to make sure it’s accurate. Generally speaking, a small range is 20-21 inches; medium is 21 ½ to 22 ½ inches and large is 23 to 24 inches.
CUSTOM ORDERS: I am happy to make a hat just for you according to your wishes. I send lots of photos and options during the process so that there are no surprises and you get just what you want. Please send me a message and we will work out the details. One caveat: I will not "copy" the work of another artist or maker.
"Excellent communication; shipped quickly/securely; love this hat; happy to have found this shop."
"What a fun and unusual little beret! I adore it! What a great hat? Oh yeah! And what a great seller, too!"
"This is a beautiful hat. It arrived thoughtfully packaged and in excellent condition. Nothing but good things to report. I wore it to graduation last weekend and it was as elegant as it was practical. I can't wait to wear it again!"
I have been making hats since 2004. My hats have been showcased in the Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville, Kentucky since 2010, when I received the Judges Choice Award. I am honored to have had a hat chosen for display at The Great Hat Exhibition in London in March, 2018. I have won Best of Show at the Greater Cleveland Gallery Fest and many gallery and show awards over the years.