Logocomo x Kledingbank Rotterdam – tomato frog bucket hat

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TOMATO FROG BUCKET HAT

This collection is made together with De Kledingbank Rotterdam, a foundation that provides people in poverty with free clothing. All the pieces are made from their clothing surplus and 100% of the proceeds go to them. The models in the pictures are volunteers from de Kledingbank, looking absolutely stunning right!

And you will too babes.

So, this is the tomato frog bucket hat. It’s made out of around 4 neckties. The bucket hat has an extended backside and two strings so it can’t come off in heavy weather 🙂

The head width is 61 cm which translates to size XL in hat-measurements. 

Below i described how to measure your head width.

The hat is
gender freeeee
made from fabric remnants & clothing surplus from De Kledingbank Rotterdam = no new environmental pollution
– exterior: 100% silk / interior: 100% silk
– don’t wash

 

1 in stock

Description

How to measure your hatsize :
In order to find out how to measure your head size to find the right hat, you’ll need either a sewing tape measure, or about a 70 cm length of string and a ruler. If you have a friend this will make the process easier but it can be done by yourself as well.
Step 1) Take your piece of string or sewing tape measure and start at a point roughly 1/2 to 1 inch above your ears, and then while trying to keep it as level as possible, wrap the string or measure around your head until you come back to your starting point. 
Step 2) Be careful to hold on to your end point on the string or sewing tape measure in order to properly mark your head size.
Step 3) For the sewing tape measure, simply correspond your measurement to our hat size chart above.
Step 4) For your length of string, use your ruler to work out how long your length of string measures and then reference our hat size chart above.

 

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