Egyptian inspired theatrical cape, circa 1920
It goes by a million different names that you probably don’t care about and I had to google it to find out. The newsboy/driving/ivy/flat cap is a good option if you are a bit weary to enter into the world of hats. It has a bit less costume like connotation than large brimmed hats. In terms of…
AKA all of Eliot’s hats.
La reine Marie-Antoinette dit “à la Rose” by Elisabeth Vigée-Le Brun. 1783.
image:(C) Château de Versailles, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Jean-Marc Manaï
"Season of the Witch" (1966), Donovan