It’s not too often that we see Kate Middleton wearing fedora hats, but, when she does, we love it.
In 2020, she stunned the world by stepping out with a blue model. She was in the cover of Vogue UK wearing one too. Before she married prince William, she was seen with the model a few times, not as much after. One can wonder if it isn’t his favorite. 😂😎🤣
Nevertheless, whenever she wears a fedora hat, we love it. This hat style was created in Italy, by 1857 and about a decade later became popular when French actress and fashion trend setter Sarah Bernhardt wore it in a play called Princess Fedora. Hence the name afterwards. Women were the first to wear them but the 1920s men also adopted it.
Fedoras are often confused with Homburg and Trilby hats and a tip to learn athe difference is the “pinch” in the front on both sides. Subtle or not, it must show to be a fedora hat. In any case, let’s see Kate’s Fedora Style.
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