The Evolution of Fedora Hats
It got its name from the stage play, Fedora, written by Victorien Sardou and played by Sarah Bernhardt in 1882.
The lead role, Princess Fedora, wore a hat and thus, the design and the name of this hat were taken from that point.
Since then fedora hats became a woman's fashion accessory.
It has attracted the male sector because of its style, its capability to protect one's head from the weather as well as it can be rolled up when not in use.
These hats have become part of most detective movies and criminal gang movies in the 40s and normally worn with a trench coat.
The likes of Humphrey Bogart, Freddy Krueger, The Blues Brothers and more importantly Harrison Ford have added to the popularity of fedora hats.
From the 1920s to the mid 60s, the fedora has become popular on the east coast and was thought to have died in the 70s.
Nevertheless, in the early 80s, the black fedora hat was resurrected by pop icon Michael Jackson and has become one of his symbols.
Lately, however, Kamen Rider Skull, a character in the Japanese Tokuhatsu series, wore the fedora with his Rider Form.
This fashion accessory has evolved to various designs as well as use.
Compared with other hats, the fedora is easily recognizable because of its crease on top.
It is significant to note that this hat is actually woven.
With the materials used, you will be able to recognize the different variations of the fedora hats.
The stylish ones come are of a black color.
The bright colored ribbons with an elegant flower are those which can be worn for other social gatherings.
These colors vary from bright colors like green, black, silver, hot pink and purple.
The design gives the hat the basis for its enrichment to make it standout with style.
If you intend to buy one for yourself, choose something that will say something about you as well as compliment you.
It is, of course necessary to consider the occasions and places where you intend to use them.