If you’ve been keeping a beady eye on the Hayfield social media feeds over the past couple of months, you will have noticed that I’ve been busy adding some new fedora colours to the Hayfield website. My mantra ever since I started Hayfield England has been to make sure the business never stands still. I have so many amazing ideas and I work hard every day to bring them to reality, making sure there’s always something new in the pipeline for my customers.
Over the summer I introduced the Henley summer fedora which was a huge success (even being worn by the beautiful Vogue Williams and being featured in Country Life!) and the stunning, exotic Rio ostrich feathers. Perfect for bright and sunny summer days, the Rio feathers were available in myriad rainbow colours and it really got me thinking about bringing some more bold colours into the autumn/winter collection. Roll on a few months and I’m so pleased to bring my customers these new colours to choose from when they buy a classic country fedora from me! Let’s take a closer look at some of them and see which one is your favourite.
Love a splash of pink in your outfit? The Cambridge Fedora is a bright and eye-catching splash of hot pink which will delight someone who adores mixing pink into their outfits for both countryside and town adventures. If that’s a little too much, then my Hampshire Fedora is more subtle baby pink that you can pair with winter whites and chic navy outerwear.
I think that a brilliant ochre colour is one of the most versatile shades out there, which is why I chose it for my Gillingham Fedora. This gorgeous gold fedora looks incredible paired with game bird feathers and some of those autumnal knitwear shades and tweed jackets. If you want to step out in the city then this hat paired with a leather biker jacket, skinny jeans and big scarf will see you right!
Now, my Dorset Fedora in vibrant red caused quite a splash on social media recently when I shared a snap of the beautiful Esther in Wales modelling it to perfection. Esther was rocking the Dorset fedora with a guinea fowl feather wrap and, if I may say so myself, it’s an exceptional combination. The Dorset fedora is already selling fast and no doubt brightening up the winter lockdown gloom for many people across the UK. Finally, there’s the gorgeous India Fedora, which features a bold and striking leopard print pattern. Animal print accessories are proving to be a perennial trend which