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Fedoras for Big Heads

Fedoras for Big Heads

Brimmed Hats - Fedora-Outback

WHAT ARE FEDORA AND OUTBACK HATS?

A Fedora hat is a classical hat with a brim and indented crown. It is generally creased lengthwise (i.e., from front to back) down the crown and "pinched" near the front on both sides. Our fedoras for big heads are a highly versatile hat that can be worn for many different occasions ranging from outdoor activities through social activities!

An Outback hat (also called an Aussie hat) is a hat with a wide brim that dips down in the front and the back which provides excellent protection from the sun and rain. A teardrop-shaped crown (look at crown from top) is most common for this style which is similar in appearance to a safari or cowboy hats.

Why Fedoras For Big Heads?

The fedora for big heads is a classical hat with a brim and indented crown. It is generally creased lengthwise (i.e., from front to back) down the crown and "pinched" near the front on both sides. Our fedoras for big heads are highly versatile hats that can be worn for many different occasions ranging from outdoor activities to social activities!

The interesting thing about the fedora hat is that it was originally worn by women. Most people would probably think of men in the 1920s sporting fedoras and long coats, which is true. But the fedora actually came from the title of an 1882 play by dramatist Victorien Sardou, Fédora, written for Sarah Bernhardt. Bernhardt played Princess Fédora, the heroine of the play, and she wore a center-creased, soft brimmed hat. The hat became fashionable for women and the women’s rights movement adopted it as a symbol.

The fedora didn’t become popular with men until after Prince Edward of Britain started wearing them in 1924. Soon after that, American gangsters began to wear them during prohibition from the mid-1920s, which is probably when they started making customized fedoras for big heads. In the 1940s and 1950s, noir films popularized fedora hats and their popularity lasted until the late 1950s when informal clothing became more widespread.

But the reason fedoras (for big heads) have always made a comeback has to do with how they’re portrayed as “manly” in media. Think about Humphrey Bogart and Cary Grant on the screen and Frank Sinatra on the stage. Or Indiana Jones wearing one as he takes down bad guys and explores the jungle. Even in music, you can’t forget about Michael Jackson from Smooth Criminal, Billie Jean, and Dangerous to You Rock My World.

Even in the past decade, television series like Boardwalk Empire and Mad Men have depicted masculine characters sporting fedoras (maybe even fedoras for big heads) in a fashionable way. Although it went in and out of fashion throughout history, the fedora was and will be one of the most stylish hats of the past 100+ years!

Our fedoras for big heads are custom made for the Big Hat Store, they offer strong sun protection, and we have both casual and dressier brimmed hats. Depending on the fedora for big heads that you prefer, you can choose from cotton or felt, and our hats always come in 2XL, 3XL, and 4XL sizes for your comfort!

Why Fedoras For Big Heads?

The fedora for big heads is a classical hat with a brim and indented crown. It is generally creased lengthwise (i.e., from front to back) down the crown and "pinched" near the front on both sides. Our fedoras for big heads are highly versatile hats that can be worn for many different occasions ranging from outdoor activities to social activities!

The interesting thing about the fedora hat is that it was originally worn by women. Most people would probably think of men in the 1920s sporting fedoras and long coats, which is true. But the fedora actually came from the title of an 1882 play by dramatist Victorien Sardou, Fédora, written for Sarah Bernhardt. Bernhardt played Princess Fédora, the heroine of the play, and she wore a center-creased, soft brimmed hat. The hat became fashionable for women and the women’s rights movement adopted it as a symbol.

The fedora didn’t become popular with men until after Prince Edward of Britain started wearing them in 1924. Soon after that, American gangsters began to wear them during prohibition from the mid-1920s, which is probably when they started making customized fedoras for big heads. In the 1940s and 1950s, noir films popularized fedora hats and their popularity lasted until the late 1950s when informal clothing became more widespread.

But the reason fedoras (for big heads) have always made a comeback has to do with how they’re portrayed as “manly” in media. Think about Humphrey Bogart and Cary Grant on the screen and Frank Sinatra on the stage. Or Indiana Jones wearing one as he takes down bad guys and explores the jungle. Even in music, you can’t forget about Michael Jackson from Smooth Criminal, Billie Jean, and Dangerous to You Rock My World.

Even in the past decade, television series like Boardwalk Empire and Mad Men have depicted masculine characters sporting fedoras (maybe even fedoras for big heads) in a fashionable way. Although it went in and out of fashion throughout history, the fedora was and will be one of the most stylish hats of the past 100+ years!

Our fedoras for big heads are custom made for the Big Hat Store, they offer strong sun protection, and we have both casual and dressier brimmed hats. Depending on the fedora for big heads that you prefer, you can choose from cotton or felt, and our hats always come in 2XL, 3XL, and 4XL sizes for your comfort!

Fedora-Outback Hats

Fedoras for Big Heads

Fedoras for Big Heads

Brimmed Hats - Fedora-Outback

WHAT ARE FEDORA AND OUTBACK HATS?

A Fedora hat is a classical hat with a brim and indented crown. It is generally creased lengthwise (i.e., from front to back) down the crown and "pinched" near the front on both sides. Our fedoras for big heads are a highly versatile hat that can be worn for many different occasions ranging from outdoor activities through social activities!

An Outback hat (also called an Aussie hat) is a hat with a wide brim that dips down in the front and the back which provides excellent protection from the sun and rain. A teardrop-shaped crown (look at crown from top) is most common for this style which is similar in appearance to a safari or cowboy hats.

Why Fedoras For Big Heads?

The fedora for big heads is a classical hat with a brim and indented crown. It is generally creased lengthwise (i.e., from front to back) down the crown and "pinched" near the front on both sides. Our fedoras for big heads are highly versatile hats that can be worn for many different occasions ranging from outdoor activities to social activities!

The interesting thing about the fedora hat is that it was originally worn by women. Most people would probably think of men in the 1920s sporting fedoras and long coats, which is true. But the fedora actually came from the title of an 1882 play by dramatist Victorien Sardou, Fédora, written for Sarah Bernhardt. Bernhardt played Princess Fédora, the heroine of the play, and she wore a center-creased, soft brimmed hat. The hat became fashionable for women and the women’s rights movement adopted it as a symbol.

The fedora didn’t become popular with men until after Prince Edward of Britain started wearing them in 1924. Soon after that, American gangsters began to wear them during prohibition from the mid-1920s, which is probably when they started making customized fedoras for big heads. In the 1940s and 1950s, noir films popularized fedora hats and their popularity lasted until the late 1950s when informal clothing became more widespread.

But the reason fedoras (for big heads) have always made a comeback has to do with how they’re portrayed as “manly” in media. Think about Humphrey Bogart and Cary Grant on the screen and Frank Sinatra on the stage. Or Indiana Jones wearing one as he takes down bad guys and explores the jungle. Even in music, you can’t forget about Michael Jackson from Smooth Criminal, Billie Jean, and Dangerous to You Rock My World.

Even in the past decade, television series like Boardwalk Empire and Mad Men have depicted masculine characters sporting fedoras (maybe even fedoras for big heads) in a fashionable way. Although it went in and out of fashion throughout history, the fedora was and will be one of the most stylish hats of the past 100+ years!

Our fedoras for big heads are custom made for the Big Hat Store, they offer strong sun protection, and we have both casual and dressier brimmed hats. Depending on the fedora for big heads that you prefer, you can choose from cotton or felt, and our hats always come in 2XL, 3XL, and 4XL sizes for your comfort!

Why Fedoras For Big Heads?

The fedora for big heads is a classical hat with a brim and indented crown. It is generally creased lengthwise (i.e., from front to back) down the crown and "pinched" near the front on both sides. Our fedoras for big heads are highly versatile hats that can be worn for many different occasions ranging from outdoor activities to social activities!

The interesting thing about the fedora hat is that it was originally worn by women. Most people would probably think of men in the 1920s sporting fedoras and long coats, which is true. But the fedora actually came from the title of an 1882 play by dramatist Victorien Sardou, Fédora, written for Sarah Bernhardt. Bernhardt played Princess Fédora, the heroine of the play, and she wore a center-creased, soft brimmed hat. The hat became fashionable for women and the women’s rights movement adopted it as a symbol.

The fedora didn’t become popular with men until after Prince Edward of Britain started wearing them in 1924. Soon after that, American gangsters began to wear them during prohibition from the mid-1920s, which is probably when they started making customized fedoras for big heads. In the 1940s and 1950s, noir films popularized fedora hats and their popularity lasted until the late 1950s when informal clothing became more widespread.

But the reason fedoras (for big heads) have always made a comeback has to do with how they’re portrayed as “manly” in media. Think about Humphrey Bogart and Cary Grant on the screen and Frank Sinatra on the stage. Or Indiana Jones wearing one as he takes down bad guys and explores the jungle. Even in music, you can’t forget about Michael Jackson from Smooth Criminal, Billie Jean, and Dangerous to You Rock My World.

Even in the past decade, television series like Boardwalk Empire and Mad Men have depicted masculine characters sporting fedoras (maybe even fedoras for big heads) in a fashionable way. Although it went in and out of fashion throughout history, the fedora was and will be one of the most stylish hats of the past 100+ years!

Our fedoras for big heads are custom made for the Big Hat Store, they offer strong sun protection, and we have both casual and dressier brimmed hats. Depending on the fedora for big heads that you prefer, you can choose from cotton or felt, and our hats always come in 2XL, 3XL, and 4XL sizes for your comfort!