Sur Ma Tête / The Susie

Processed with VSCOcam with n3 presetI thought it would be fun if I started a mini series about my vintage hat collection. You’ve seen a few of them on here already, but some of them don’t get seen often, and well, vintage hats!, I love them and thought they deserve a spotlight on this blog. My collection is not nearly as extensive as one might think, but I can show you what I do have and then hopefully just continue adding to this series as I get more, because one can never have too many vintage hats.

This gal here – I have named her Susie (I also thought it would be fun to name all my hats for this series) – hailing from the 1950s, is a pillbox hat with a veil and a sweet lil’ bow. I got Susie at one of my favourite vintage shops, Public Butter. I think she was actually the first vintage hat I ever purchased for myself, and thus, very special to me.

Name: Susie
Age: 60-65yrs (1950s)
Talents: is pink, has a bow, has a veil, makes you feel really cute, makes you think of candy, the fun-loving quirky girl of the hat world

Do you guys love vintage hats? Tell me about your favourites.

Processed with VSCOcam with n3 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with n3 presetProcessed with VSCOcam with n3 presetHat: vintage via Public Butter
Blouse: vintage via Common Sort
Lipstick: So Chaud by Mac
Nail polish: 5th Avenue by Essie

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7 thoughts on “Sur Ma Tête / The Susie

  1. Dulcie says:

    Such a pretty hat. I love vintage velvet, it always feels so more plush than the cheapy modern stuff. I don’t have as many vintage hats as I would like, I don’t wear them very often but they are beautiful objects in themselves. I have a 1960s rabbit pill box with peachy-pink bow, an ivy green sixties bow headband, a 1950s headband with fruits and a 1930s/1040s cornflower blue sun hat. This month, though, I may be treating myself to a gorgeous navy hat by Christie’s, a company still handmaking hats in Oxford, England. I look forward to seeing the rest of your wonderful collection.

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    • LarkspurShoppe says:

      well it sounds to me like you’ve got a nice start to your collection – all those sound so lovely. I as well don’t have as many as I’d like, but I figure collecting slowly and really loving each piece is far better than having a ton you feel so so about. I’ve looked into buying a “lot” on ebay so I can end up wit a ton of vintage hats all at once. sometimes you get lucky and get some really awesome ones, but you can also end up with some crap ones. I still have yet to find a lot I’m particularly smitten with that has at least a few hats I really like.
      Thanks for reading 🙂

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