1960s Vintage White Turban Hat | Gina Davies for Edward Mann
The vintage turban hat should of been the hat to wear fro lockdown zoom meetings, it’s the ultimate loungewear glamour for when your hair stylist hasn’t been able to fit you in, or you’re at home with all the hair pieces and lace-front wigs hanging up on the display wall. Perfectly comfortable with a flouncy sheer peignoir and a dubonet on ice, giving it your best Joan Collins bitch face glare at anyone who attempts to take the last chocolate brownie.
- 60s white turban hat, fully lined.
- designed by Gina Davies for Edward Mann hats.
- Attach a big rhinestone brooch to the front for a mystical decoration.
Condition Lovely condition generally but there is a patch of marks to the inside edge which look like eyebrow dye or brown mascara. I did put this hat through a cool wash in the machine and it survived, so it may manage a hotter wash, but as the marks are inside I wouldn’t worry about it too much.
side note I have another with ripped lining, if you’d like both message me for a price
Vintage sizing is very different to modern day sizes, they’re usually smaller depending on the era of manufacture. So to ensure a good fit please go by the measurements provided. I measure the garment laid flat edge to absolute edge then double, which give the maximum, you will need to measure your own clothes to compare sizing.
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