Darcy by Betmar

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Introducing the Darcy Wool Felt Fedora Hat by Betmar. This is the perfect feminine fedora that has a leather hat band with a decorative metal decor to make this piece really pop. If you love the center dent fedora style but want something that is more your style this may be the perfect hat for you. Brim: 2 1/2″ ( 6 cm) approx Down Brim Crown: 4″ (10 cm) Center Dent Material: 100% Wool Felt Betmar Side Pin Elasticized Sweatband Leather Hat Band Polyester Lining

Seaport Lieutenant Cap by Betmar

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Betmar introduces their nautically-inspired Seaport Cotton Cap featuring a classic fiddler look with a few feminine updates. For one, the crown is completely soft and unstructured for added comfort while the brim is classically pre-curved. A twisted faux suede hat band adorns the front of the crown and is anchored between two self-fabric buttons. A stretchy elastic insert is placed at the back of the crown to allow the cap to stretch to fit. Bill: 1 3/4″ approx pre-curved Crown: 2″ approx 1″ approx unstructured band Fabric: Exterior:100% cotton Lining: 80% polyester20% cotton Soft, Unstructured Crown Twisted Faux Suede Hat Band w/ Side Buttons Betmar Metallic Side Pin Elastic Insert at Back – Stretches to Fit Packable / Crushable Size: One Size Fits Most – Stretches to fit sizes 56 (M) – 58 (L) comfortably.

Tessa by Betmar

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The Tessa Wide Brim Fedora from Betmar beautifully combines style and function. the Tessa is made of Betmar’s premier wool LiteFelt for a soft and packable finish that is also water repellent. This Fedora boasts a raw edge floppy wide brim and faux snakeskin hat band. Brim: Front 3 1/4” Back 3” Floppy wide brim fedora Faux snakeskin band & buckle 100% Wool LiteFelt® finish

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Betmar’s history goes back to the depths of the Great Depression in America. The year was 1933 – The hat business was flourishing in spite of the difficult economic times. Wearing a hat was part of every day dressing for men and women. Betmar, a new brand focused on women’s millinery, was in need of a strong factory. A partnership was formed with a skilled old-line cap maker with roots dating back to 1911 in New York.

From this Betmar was born. The name chosen was taken from Betty Marks, the first designer for the hat company. Within six months Betmar blossomed at key department stores around the country. Betty Marks continued making great designs into the 1950s, and her protégé, Miss Arleen, carried the name and reputation forward for many years. Betmar is sold today in more than 15 countries and is a leader in women’s headwear fashion.

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