Fedoras Fashion

Fedoras Fashion by Alexandra Phanor-Faury The fedora may have grown in popularity thanks to stylish men, but women have adopted this iconic chapeau as their own for decades now. We love the retro twist a fedora can lend to any outfit. Judging from stars like Beyonce and Janet Jackson, the fedora has become a celebrity staple.Jumping on the fedora bandwagon is easy.There are a slew of options out there from straw to felt wool to fit your style and personality.
ESSENCE.COM Jul, 14, 2010

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These two beauties are no strangers to living the fashionable life. Rachel Roy and Veronica Webb top off their chic summer ensembles with statement making fedoras.

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Beyonce’s pairs her wool felt fedora with grosgrain headband with a casual T-shirt. This versatile hat can dress up any look for day and night.

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Forever 21, $7.80

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Brooks Brothers, $198

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Eugenia Kim, $245

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Kelly Rowland shields her eyes from the hot sun in a trendy straw fedora.

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Veronica Webb plays around with menswear and androgyny in a tall fedora.

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Forever 21, $7.80

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Arden B, $19.50

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Janet Jackson has always turned to fedoras to inject some personal flair to her looks over the years. At the American Music Awards the Queen of Pop wears her hat slanted to the side for a cool 40s gangster vibe.

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Garcelle Beauvais injects a little something special to her wide-legged denim and tank look with a straw fedora.

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Arden B, $19.50

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Del Moro, $488

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Eugenia Kim, $245

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Jessica Szohr stays cool in a wide brimmed fedora.

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Rihanna accessories her blooming spring attire with a cool straw hat.

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RVCA, $29.50

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Pheobe Price, $161