It all started with this little number, I loved the classic charming lines and that it was tweed with a sparkle in it. I happened to be at the local farmers market and came across a booth loaded with hats! Very lovely handmade hats! I have always been a hat girl way back since the 80's when Princess Di brought them into fashion.
I also like having multiple choices because I wear sunhats in the summer due to the burn & peel factor my skin has even with sunscreen. This lead to the purchase of this hippie inspired tie dye theme and of course it had pink!
I am a lover of hats and love to wear them at jaunty angles for a bit of flare. There was once a time when women never went out without a hat, I wish those days were back. I love Linda's hats because they are soft, shapeable and very wearable. You can turn and shape the brims to how it suits you and that is the art of hat wearing. I know these aren't as fancy as the British fascinators, I have worn them before and they are uncomfortable.
Gotta say for me these beat the utilitiarian ugly baseball cap I was wearing for sun protection.