Let’s face it: We all stress over what to wear on Shopping Day. Am I too dressy? Am I too casual? Sara of Sara’s Sweet Style and Rose of Dadouchic don’t seem to have that problem. With great accessories (those hats!) and prints, these ladies know how to style the perfect outfit for a day spent shopping with the girls. Check out their looks below, and take away a tip or two!
Sara of Sara’s Sweet Style
Where would you wear this look?
Sara: I would wear this look while hanging out with my friends for some lunch and shopping. I always love to dress up a little, no matter what. This look is fun, comfortable, and stylish — and that’s what my style … Read More »
Hats don’t have to be just for keeping your ears warm in the winter. Now that warm weather is finally here, the world of fun, fashionable hats is wide open! We’ve rounded up our favorite fashion bloggers working their best hat style, so get ready for some serious summer inspiration.
To kick off our series with a bang, we’re starting with the beautiful ladies of Golden White Decor: best friend pair Lauren and Marika. These girls know how to wear a hat, whether it’s to a casual event, the beach, or a night out. All about California and sunshine, the Golden Girls want you to always be in a sunny state of mind!
Describe your personal style and where you draw style inspiration from for Golden White Decor.
Lauren & Marika: Our style is best … Read More »
Recently, the team at Fedoras.com was lucky enough to attend the second annual Hats Off! Luncheon, an event hosted by The Indianapolis Museum of Art’s Fashion Arts Society. The event featured a sneak peek into the IMA’s latest exhibition, Majestic African Textiles; a lecture by Michael Cunningham, author and photographer of Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats; and an awards ceremony with prizes given to the most statement-making guest ensembles. All attendees were encouraged to wear their finest hat attire, so we made sure to dress up in our Fedoras.com favorites!
As an official sponsor of the event, we also gave away our very own Stetson Chatham Fedora to one lucky gentleman. Scroll through the pictures from the event below, and let us know what you think about all of the awe-inspiring hats!
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When it comes to throwing an over-the-top, Gatsby-style bash, we know it don’t mean a thing if you ain’t got that swing… music. That’s why we’ve dug through the archives to find the finest jazz and swing tunes to serve as the soundtrack to your 1920s party. From Cole Porter to Glenn Miller and more, we have over 30 Great Gatsby songs cued up and waiting for you. Just press play and swing the night away!
Stream the playlist below or click here to open in Spotify.
And for even more tips on getting your Gatsby party just right, check out our Great Gatsby Guide, complete with tips on dress code, decor, and more!
Sing, Sing, Sing – … Read More »
Over the last couple of months, the Fedoras.com team has been busy researching, cleaning, sizing, and styling our hats in every way possible. Some may call us crazy, but we call it dedication. After all, becoming a master of hats is no easy feat, which is why we’ve created a brand new batch of hat resources just for you!
Click through the images below to view the entire resource.
1. Hat Sizing
Using a tape measure — or a ruler and string — learn our three quick steps to hat sizing, and let our easy-to-follow measurement chart be your guide.
2. Hat Cleaning
From cloth hats to straw toppers, learn the correct way to treat, rinse, wash, and rid your hat of spots and stains.
3. Hat Care
Read our top care commandments for keeping your … Read More »
Learning to drive a car with a manual transmission has been on your to-do list since you started driving, right? But have you actually gotten around to checking that one off the list? Yeah… didn’t think so. Most people aren’t inclined to buy a stick shift without first knowing how to drive it — but that’s exactly what I did, so I’m letting you in on the top tips that helped me become a better manual driver.
While women dote on large, lavish closets, men pride themselves on nice, polished bars, and as a respectable man, yourself, it only seems logical that you should have one of your own. You may not have that dream home with a built-in bar (and a home theater and five car garage) yet, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t have an impressive bar cart.
Check out some of these great carts for inspiration and then get out there to find one that suits your fancy!
You have your own apartment/house/condo/place of living, and you want to decorate with an upscale, swankier style. You’re not in college anymore, and you want your living quarters to reflect this (throw away the tie dye tapestry and beer box decor!).
Build your own bar! Fill it with glassware, fancy (or not) liquors, and sophisticated bar tools.
There are several ways you can build and showcase your own home bar. If you’re lucky, you can snag a cool, vintage-looking (or actually vintage) bar cart. Etsy always has a great selection, but they can be pricey — so do your own cart hunt on Amazon and at local flea markets, too. You can also display proudly on wall shelves, or maybe you have a sleek wooden table that needs some love? That would also work. There are several options. My personal home … Read More »
Congratulations, you made it through the holiday shopping season with your gal! But now, Valentine’s Day is nearing, and soon the stores will be crowded with cheesy red and pink boxes of candy, roses, and conversation hearts. While it may seem like a good idea to head down the seasonal aisle for gift ideas, it’s important to understand that the perfect gift is a thoughtful gift.
Don’t think you can pull it off? We rounded up some great ideas that are sure to get you a big ol’ hug and kiss from your girl!
Get tickets to a special event – Is your girlfriend’s favorite band coming to town? Is she a huge sports fan? Get her two tickets to her favorite event, and plan to make a special day of it for the two of you!
Make a photobook – You … Read More »
What exactly is the difference between an ale and a lager, and where does your favorite beer fit on the spectrum? Our comprehensive beer guide breaks down the tastes you love and the labels you’re slightly confused by.
All beers are classified as either ales or lagers. The distinction between the two lies in the type of yeast used to brew the beer, along with the conditions under which each type is brewed. The following graphic explains each type in more detail:
Sources: sixpacktech.com, eatthis.menshealth.com, primermagazine.com