This Olympic inspired look tops the shade-y one

Okay Hatting-donians. Some of you like the look with the scarf and Olympic rings sunglasses. Some of you not so much.

But how about this?

My inspiration comes from the striped hats made and worn by fans attending the Olympics.

I did consider creating a hat along these lines first, but thought it was too predictable. In this instance predictable is good (smile).

So the question is do you prefer version 1 or version 2? The blue brim or black? With or without the earbob?

Olympia Topper with Earbob — Version 1. © Vivian Grant Farrell.
Olympia Topper with Earbob — Version 1. © Vivian Grant Farrell.

Here it is without the earbobs.

Olympia Topper — Version 1. © Vivian Grant Farrell.
Olympia Topper — Version 1. © Vivian Grant Farrell.

Here’s the second version.

Olympia Topper with Earbob — Version 2. © Vivian Grant Farrell.
Olympia Topper with Earbob — Version 2. © Vivian Grant Farrell.

And without the earbobs.

Olympia Topper — Version 2. © Vivian Grant Farrell.
Olympia Topper — Version 2. © Vivian Grant Farrell.

By the way, we can sell the ones without the Olympic rings earbob.

Cheers everyone,
 

Vivian's first name written out.

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2 thoughts on “This Olympic inspired look tops the shade-y one”

  1. I am with you Jane. Thanks. I kept going back and forth. Even though I prefer the broader stripes of hat #1 I like the way hat #2 sits on Hattingdon’s head with that black brim. I also love the “half lashes” I created for this look. That’s brand new. And you just gotta have an earbob wherever possible!

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