This week's cap of the week is the cloche cap in NAVY, a cap designed as a modern cap twist on the timeless felt cloche hat.
Cloche hats were pretty infamous in the 20s and 30s and get their distinctive shape from the crown & having an understated full rounded shape. They are somehow just a style that will bloody always have a unique following too and as a milliner I was obsessed with making the felt version.
This week, the first cap of the week feature of 2021 is the Charcoal Basic, starting with a classic and old reliable.
The charcoal version is made from black organic cotton denim and finished with grey stitching along all the seams. It's a classic that is super versatile, that goes with a lot of different outfits and other colours.
BATCH COUNTDOWN - CAP BATCHES BACK TO NORMAL!! - ORDER BY WED 13th JAN AT 12PM (MIDDAY) FOR SHIPPING ON JAN 15th
Cap batches are now back to their weekly normal routines and open for weekly ordering post the christmas break.
Sorry who am I? How does this cap business work again?* :P Anyone else forgotten how to work and wondering how much coffee is too much coffee today??
For today though, it's all about creative review and starting off slow. The creative review is something I've done for a few years and it seriously makes a difference in January. As a jaded creative i REALLY recommend it. It sounds lame at first, but that's all it needs to be. After last year I think we all could do with a lame cheesy kick to keep going and start off 2021 as best we can.
That's it for the last cap batch!
HOWEVER that doesn't mean you can't use the capalog for gifts for xmas. The only way to get a cap as a Christmas present now is to get a gift card.