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French Beret

C1010

$19.00

Conner Hats Travel/Packable Hats Black / One Size French Beret
Conner Hats Travel/Packable Hats Black / One Size French Beret
Wool Hat Travel/Packable Hats Red / One Size French Beret
Conner Hats Travel/Packable Hats French Beret

French Beret

C1010

$19.00

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Description

Everyone needs a Beret in their hat collection. Made from 100% Australian wool and guaranteed to conjure images of strolling the Latin quarter in Paris. ahh I can see it now.....

  • 100% Australian wool
  • Crushable
  • Flexible fit

Features

Responsibility

  • Biodegradable packaging
  • Water soluble garment bags
  • Biodegradable tag connectors
  • 100% recycled paper tags

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Conner Hats Travel/Packable Hats Black / One Size French Beret

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  • Care Instructions

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"You look great in that beret."

I've been wearing a black beret for about 25 years. There are very practical reasons for this: they are warm, they don't blow off in the wind, and they are a 'classic' style.

Quite honestly, I rarely go through a week when someone I've never met passing by says, "You look great in that beret." When I go to my local grocery store where people know me, if I don't wear my beret they have trouble remembering who I am. So I guess I've found the hat that fits my 'type'.

I teach at a fine and performing arts college. I wear the same clothes every day to class: kaki pants, turtle neck sweater (I have 50 of them, all different colors), sport coat, and BLACK BERET. This is my "uniform". There's only one day every semester that I change my attire: graduation.

When I get one of your berets, I soak it in cold water, then dry it in the sun or the clothes dryer to shrink it down to the 'style' I prefer. It needs to have just the right look.