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Jessie loves stylish cloche hats, but she couldn't wear one until she cut her hair in a bob. Cloche hats just didn't "work" unless your hair had been bobbed.

Edward Steichen, Model Wearing Velvet Cloche by Reboux, 1925 --- Head and shoulders of model wearing an close-fitting, unstructured velvet cloche with a feather flower on one side; designed by Reboux.

The cosmetic more popular with young women enphasized artificiality and tended to draw attention to their use. Face powder was indispensable. It smoothed out an uneven surface and covered a shiny nose, giving the face a smooth, whitened finish. Rouge and lipstick then added the necessary colour. The result was a hightened contrast between pale skin and rouged lips and cheeks. There was nothing natural about the effect - "The Damned and the Beautiful" Paula S. Fass

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Two Ring Circus Thank You - Cherry

She looks like Daisy from The Great Gatsby. I want this hat.