German Vintage Headdress 1938. Art deco fashion.

German Vintage Headdress. 1930s fashion. Art deco hat fashion

German headdress 1938

German Vintage Headdress. 1930s fashion. Art deco hat fashion

German headdress 1938

German Vintage Headdress. 1930s fashion. Art deco hat fashion

German headdress 1938

German Vintage Headdress 1938

Advertising for hat fashion, Germany. Autumn of 1938. Hats by Hertie.

  • Figure 1: Youth bell, fashionable quilted
  • Figure 2: Falling in with a distinctive felt cap
  • Figure 3: New felt hat with high head

Note:  Orchids. Short jacket from Gerstel.

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