A New Hat

October 15, 2015

Black and Brown I wit & whimsy

Goorin Brothers County Line Hat I wit & whimsy

Suede Mango Skirt I Stuart Weitzman Boots I wit & whimsy

Mango Suede Scalloped Skirt I wit & whimsy

Fall Style in Noho I wit & whimsy

Stuart Weitzman Lowland Boots I wit & whimsy

Meghan Donovan I Fall Style I wit & whimsy

You guys! Today is the day! I am hopping a plane to Paris tonight and am downright giddy. I’ll spend a few days there before heading over to London. I have some posts teed up for while I’m on the road but be sure to follow along on Instagram and Snapchat (username: meghandono) to see the ol’ adventure.

In regards to this post, I’m debuting my new hat (and wearing it to the airport) but I had been on the hunt for several weeks for the perfect topper for my Fall outfits. I actually have a lot of trouble finding hats that fit my head (read: it’s a large one) but everything changed when I visited Goorin Bros. They are the oldest hat maker in the United States, still family run and have the coolest selection of hats you’ve ever seen. I visited the Nolita store the other week and had a time trying on a variety of hats. They each come in a handful of sizes making finding the right one rather easy (I had trouble picking one out there were so many I loved!)

I settled on one of their most popular styles, The County Line, for its versatility and the fact that it can roll up and easily be traveled with! File under: #brilliant. I also worked with the awesome store manager Gina who helped me pick out the feathers that you can customize at their Feather Bars and either remove when you want a more clean look or add for a bit of flare. I loved them paired with this suede skirt.

And with that…I’m off! Can’t wait to share my European adventure with you! xo

Shop the Post:

Sweater // Skirt // Boots // Screw Cuff Bracelet // Watch // Hat (c/o)  // Lulu Frost Necklace (c/o)

Black and Brown I Fall Style I wit & whimsy

[Carter Fish Photography]

 

7 comments on “A New Hat”

  1. Bollman Hat Company is America’s oldest hat maker founded in 1868. Bollman made this hat for Goorin.
    The post incorrectly lists Goorin as America’s oldest hat maker.

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