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Synonyms for fedora

a hat made of felt with a creased crown

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Through puddled rainwater on the foggy Casablanca airport tarmac, Bogart (playing nightclub and casino operator Rick Blaine) walked, his back to the camera, a fedora and a trench coat to turn away the dreary weather.
Usually black, gray, or brown, the fedora was invented some 25 years before the war.
Technically, not every WWII-era dress hat was a fedora, but the most common dress hats were close cousins of it.
"Because they are quite angular fedoras do suit most people.
And the current cream of the crop, for celebrities in any event, is the fedora (as our American friends call it) or in old fashioned British speak, the trilby.
Tie Rack for instance boasts a variety of fedora styles, from ultra classic to funky chic and interest has boomed following press pictures of celebrities sporting similar styles.
"As for what to wear with a fedora, a gangster-style suit, like the one Victoria Beckham was wearing is ideal or simply put it on with a smart suit or coat.
ASOS Pillbox BlackHat EUR13.05 John Galliano Florence Welch Alexa Chung Gucci AW11 Catarzi Exclusive For ASOS Classic Fedora Hat WAS EUR39.14 NOW EUR23.48 Ava, Wide Brim Trilby Hat, EUR70 Reiss Rosie Huntington- Whiteley Lady Gaga Felt Hat With Leather Bow EUR29, Urban Outfitters John Galliano John Galliano Florence Welch
If fedora manufacturers and spy novel publishers are the folks who stand to lose the most, the most obvious winner in this unique historical moment is the comedy industry.