The beret hat is an iconic piece of headwear that has transformed itself through different eras, groups and movements. It was originally used by the French military in the late 17th century and has since become the unifying symbol for the French and Spanish working class, a religious reminder for Rastafarians, and a revolutionary statement with Latin Americans, the Black Panther and Provisional Irish Army.
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Berets are back and we're calling it! These chic and colorful toppers add an extra exclamation to any outfit.
Our Goorin HQ ladies decided to take our new Berets for a spin and show you how they can be worn many different ways!
Amy - Product Coordinator
- What is you favorite type of hat? My favorite type of hat is one that's no fuss and travel friendly. If a cute, simple cloche keeps its shape with multiple wears, it's definitely a must-have.
- Why do you think every woman(or man) should own a beret? Berets are seasonless, chic and can be styled in a lot of different ways - not just "Parisian chic". I think they allow you to add your own personal touch to them too, so if you have a less girly sense of style, you can still wear them with a pair of jeans or a leather skirt. Plus they're easy to throw on as a topper and fix up any outfit. Continue reading
We present our new tweed hats from Ted Goorin's Cut & Sew Collection with Tweed Ride. The first Tweed Rides began in Nottingham, England in the early 1990s. Since then, various rides have been held across the world to recreate the spirit of a bygone era. Participants dress in their finest Tweed garments, ride vintage bikes, and partake in a celebration of the past. This celebration inspired us to present our new collection in the same manner. We produced hats using the finest natural wool tweed handpicked from the world's most traditional mills. With tailored flatcaps, gatsbys and fedoras fit for bold individuals, we invite you to ride along with us and celebrate with a hat of history.
View the collection here.
Feel Cool Jazz in our new collection of smooth and sultry hats with deep tones and contrasting fabrics that fuse together in true Bebop jazz fashion.
Inspired by the soulful sounds of 1950s jazz, we created a group of hats influenced by the music of the time and the heart and soul of the era's finest musicians. We added a two-toned design throughout the fedoras by chopping the hats up like a bebop solo. We also added long, deep, soulful trumpet notes of color throughout the hat bands. Continue reading