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Fit For A Queen: Her Majesty’s Milliner Rachel Trevor Morgan Talks All Things Headwear

Headwear is very important in the vintage fashion community; it often adds that last dramatic touch that is needed to make the outfit come all together. Many women don’t know the first thing about headwear, or how to wear it.
Headwear (more specifically hats) is dated as far back as the late 1800s.They were used more for necessity rather than a fashion statement. Even though many would assume otherwise, due to their extravagant designs.
They went in and out of style for a while until their popularity seemed to plummet in the ‘60s. They are now often only worn inchurches for religious reasons or in the winter for necessity.
I spoke to Rachel Trevor-Morgan, a Milliner granted a Royal Warrant to design for the Royal family.  I wanted to know how she felt about hats not being as popular as they once were, and the advice she has for women who want to start wearing them.
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Black vintage fashion enthusiasts such as myself, often have trouble finding inspiration or tutorials for us. Representation matters. That’s why I always encourage vintage fashion enthusiast to share their looks, tips, and advice. You never know who you could inspire.
Today, I’m going to show you five individual pin-up looks that are sure to inspire the inner pinup in you!

This saucy little faux leather number it perfect for a night out in the fall. It’s sure to keep you warm and stylish as you go out for drinks with the girls, or if you have a hot date you need to impress but you also don’t want to get hypothermia while doing it.
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