Some Unspoken Rules for Women’s Summer Hats

Some Unspoken Rules for Women’s Summer Hats
Some women might tell you that since they’re self-assured, assertive, and forthright, they are normally not bound by any rules when it comes to wearing summer hats, unlike their male counterparts. This is because, generally, women can wear virtually anything on their heads – including men’s headgear – and still look gorgeous. However, there are still unspoken rules when it comes to women wearing summer hats so that the ladies may come out looking even more gorgeous.    1. Naturally, when it’s warm and sunny, you do need to wear sun hats with big brims for extra protection especially for the face in order to avoid those wrinkle-producing sun rays. Good female colors are blue and pink. There are many giant sun hats with large ...

The Fascinating Evolution of Hats

The Fascinating Evolution of Hats
Rather than the “history” or “origin” of the hat, you could say that the hat “evolved” instead of someone simply inventing it and the invention spreading in use. This is because, historically, no one person can be pinned down in having invented the hat. The use of hats simply grew out of necessity to cover the head as far back as ancient times.   The first ever recorded image that depicts a hat is from ancient Greece and Rome that shows straw hats. However, throughout the world, ancient civilizations depicted people wearing straw or other material hats simply as protection for the head against the elements. Later on, hats in Europe began to be worn as symbols of religious or tribal leaders for identification of ranks a...