Bailey is The Arkin
. Light and comfortable in shantung Litestraw, it features a center dent crown and contrast trim.
For something a little different in an open weave, The Delano
might do very well. This snappy straw hat
with its deep dip crown and contour brim is made from 100% sinamay and is finished with a tonal trim and feather. You'll see the same crown shape with The Fermin
, but the fedora
(trimmed with a solid tone ribbon) is made using Litestraw and offered in a color called Mixed Steel, instead of Black or Natural.
Back by demand is a Panama hat
called in Taupe The Lakewood
. It's got a telescope crown with a slightly open weave and is made from 100% genuine Panama straw. The stingy brim measures 1 1/2 inches and is a contrast color as is the grosgrain trim with bow. Another outstanding hat is The Longow
, a teardrop crown braid fedora
with a very stingy snap brim that you can wear up or down, and which is offered in your choice of Black or Sand for two completely different looks.
It's not just fedoras on tap at Bailey Hats, of course. You can order a six-panel ball cap
in a cool and comfortable blend of linen and cotton, or The Drayer
, a new dockman cap
with a sewn down brim. If you're in the market for a flat cap
with a contrast brim, take a look at The Egan
. This linen and cotton blend cap is offered in Oyster or Static, and is a great look either way.
Whether it's a dressy Panama hat
or cotton ivy cap
, if it's a Bailey of Hollywood lid, you're sure to agree with one happy customer who says: "The quality is very clean and quite stylish. The workmanship is obviously top notch. This was well worth the money! The hat is awesome!"