Daisy Buchanan Hat
Description The Great Gatsby -- the great American novel. The elegant and pampered Daisy Buchanan is the object of Gatsby’s affection. "Her face was sad and lovely with bright things in it, bright eyes and a bright passionate mouth -- but there was an excitement in her voice that men who had cared for her found difficult to forget. Her voice was full of money."
She would have worn a hat like this one - it’s the classic shape of the Jazz Age - the cloche - and the inspiration for this design. It has a lace crown, in an unfussy, modern, geometric pattern of chevrons; a horizontal golden silk band with a cable design, for glitz and glamour; and a zigzag lace edging in silk to frame the face. I think Daisy would have loved it!
Wear it low over the eyebrows - no one will know whether you’re having a bad hair day!
Finished Measurements and sizes One size. Hat measures 19”/48 cm circumference. It is stretchy and should fit most adult heads.