- FACEMASK SIZING
Women's faces are typically smaller than men's, so in general a Medium will fit most women and a Large will fit most Men.
Please use the measuring guide below before ordering.
- FACE MASK MEASURING GUIDE
- Leaving a gap of approx 2cm from the edge of the ear, place a soft measuring tape across the middle of the face over the nose. Note this measurement.
- Measure from the bridge of the nose to the chin. Note this measurement.
If the cross width measurement ranges between 25cm-28cm and nose to chin measurement ranges between 11cm-14cm, you will need a medium.
If the cross width measurement ranges between 28cm-31cm and nose to chin measurement ranges between 13cm-16cm, you will need a large.
HATS - WEAR AND CARE
Avoid wearing your hat in the rain, as it will significantly affect its shape and quality.
Place your hat box in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight.
Keep your hat upright in its hatbox and use the tissue provided to support the shape by filling out any empty space such as the crown and sides of the box.
- HAT ELASTIC
Most hats/headpieces have an elastic. It sits underneath the hair, behind the ears.
- MEASURING YOUR HEAD SIZE
Place a soft tape measure around the circumference of your head, just above your ears and coming about half way down your forehead, keeping the tape parallel to the floor.
Do not pull the tape to tight or too loose, it should feel comfortable. This position is where the hat should sit and this is your head size measurement.
- HAT SIZES
If you have a smaller or larger than average head size, we can help. Many of our hats can be adjusted to your bespoke size.
Please contact us to discuss your needs.
- PUTTING ON YOUR ACCESSORY
Refer to the website image of your hat and facing a mirror, lean the hat or headpiece against your had to check its position.
If you hat has an elastic, pop this on first. Now holding the hat with two hands on either side, slide your thumbs under each side of the comb.
Push the comb (teeth facing forward!) towards the hair line and down into the hair in a diagonal direction, catching as much hair as you can to help grip the hat in place.
To remove, slide the teeth of the comb/hat slowly backwards (don't lift up).
Tip - adding some hairspray on the area where the comb will sit, will really grip the hat in place.
Try the above a few times before the day of your event, so you feel extra confident popping your hat on and off.
If you have bought a hat from Joanne Edwards Millinery and need any advise, please contact us.
We will endeavour to assist with your questions.