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The Crispinette - done from 1300-1500 Great article with lots of information about it and wonderful pictures of reproductions

1910-1920 lady's two-tone velvet hat: ruched dusty rose crown and green brim decorated with three cloth roses and ostrich plume, and under-brim in rose velvet with self flower.

Rare Bergere Straw Hat with silk lined under-brim (I have reproduction without lining. I put hat elastic to keep under my hair and pinned up back with big bow. Will add trim or maybe pin big flowers next.

Cap with Ears $12.99 (17 CAD) ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring accessories, hats, sun visor hat, sun visor cap, sun visor, visor hats and adjustable hats

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Hat and hat pins | Aage Thaarup (Danish-born, 1906-1987) | Made in London, 1950's | Material: velvet | Hats were considered an essential fashion accessory in the 1950s. The two main styles during this time were small skull-caps, or wide 'saucer' hats. A hat such as this would be suitable for a cocktail party or dinner | Aage Thaarup moved to London in the 1930's. He was one of the most successful milliners of his age, and also designed for the Queen | VA Museum, London

C.S. Lewis once said, “Faith is the art of holding on to things in spite of your changing moods and circumstances.” We as believers are called to live by faith and not by sight. We are to trust God and His plan wholeheartedly, regardless of our circumstances. However, we are also called to live out our faith. It should be evident to everyone around us that we are a follower of Jesus Christ. “What good is it, dear brothers and sisters, if you say you have faith but don’t show it by your...