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Narelle's denim, flip-brim "Charmagne" Cap takes an outing with Bluebelle Bliss. See blog post "Dress Express: 3 steps to getting that 'new dress' feeling" @ http://boutiquenarelle.blogspot.co.nz/2014/09/dress-express-3-steps-to-getting-that.html

This black, wide-wale corduroy baker boy cap was my first cap of this style, found at Ezibuy. It's unlined, but I can add a BoutiqueNarelle polarfleece liner when the weather is cold. I prefer a more concave brim, both for the look and the practicality of keep eyewear dry in the rain. In this photo, I've perched the hat for a stylish indoor look, but if I'm outdoors, I'd set it firmly around my ears where it wouldn't blow off in our breezy climate. www.boutiquenarelle.blogspot.com

Grandma's fur hat, one of only two in my collection that actually keep out the icy winter winds. www.boutiquenarelle.blogspot.com

Hats are FUN! =) Boutique Narelle's "Fashion FUNdraiser: Modest Clothing Bonanza" is giving Narelle opportunity to include many of her hat collection in the photo shoots. How many different hats can you count in this fundraiser promotional board? www.boutiquenarelle.blogspot.com

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Original Boutique Narelle hat design: figured rayon Crushable Picture Hat with double-rope crown embellishment woven with organza scarf www.boutiquenarelle.blogspot.com

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A faded old corduroy "baker boy" cap springs to life with a hand-made crochet flower pin and blends in with the newer pieces of this monochromatic outfit of varying but complimentary textures. Faux leather (jacket), suedette (dress), corduroy (hat), cotton broderie (shirt). http://boutiquenarelle.blogspot.co.nz/2014/09/spring-bridal-fling-and-leather-jacket.html