CW Era Hats – Symmetry vs Asymmetry

I was asked about a few millinery related things in the past migraine infused week. Here is one quick look at symmetry and asymmetry in straw hats of the Civil War era. (Please note: This does not break down the location of trim by yearly or seasonal fashion.)

 

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Image Sources:

MET, MFA, Peterson’s Magazine, assorted pins on Pinterest.

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Published in: on March 6, 2017 at 6:00 am  Comments (1)  

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  1. Intertesting – I like both, but I wonder if we might characterize the asymetrical hats as a female form of a hat tipped over one eye or to the side on a man? A little more flirtatious perhaps?


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