HAT WEAR & CARE
Avoid wearing your hat in the rain, as it will significantly affect its shape and quality.
Please take extra special care when trying on your hat for the first time, ensuring no make up marks your hat. We cannot be held responsible for any marks which happen once your order leaves our studio.
Always store your hatbox in a cool, dry area away from direct sunlight.
Keep your hat carefully stored in its hatbox – as you’ve received it
Tissue has been provided to support your hat by filling out its shape during transport.
Most hats/headpieces have elastic. This sits under the hair, behind the ears.
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.
MEASURING YOUR HEAD SIZE
- Using a soft dressmaker’s tape, place this halfway down the forehead, just above your ears.
- Measure around the circumference of the head taking in the widest part of the back of the head.
- You are looking for the line where a hat typically sits on you comfortably, without pulling the tape too tight or too loose.
- Record this measurement in cm where the tape overlaps.
PUTTING ON YOUR HAT ABOVE
- Facing a mirror, lean the hat or headpiece against your head (its useful to refer to the hat online when doing this).
- Pop on the elastic if applicable. Holding the hat with both hands, slide your thumbs under either side of the comb.
- Push the teeth of the comb (teeth should face forward) towards the hair line, down into the hair, gripping the hair as you go.
- To remove, slide the teeth of the comb/hat backwards. Repeat steps a few times before your event.
Tip – add some hairspray where the comb sits in the hair. This helps grip your hat in place.
FACEMASK MEASUREMENT GUIDE
- FACEMASK SIZING
A well fitted mask will be more comfortable and effective. Please take a moment to measure your face before ordering.
- FACE MASK MEASURING GUIDE
Using a flexible tape measure, please follow the guide below. (If you don’t have this, use a piece of string or strip of paper held against your face, then measure flat with a ruler).