The Underrated Accessory that is in High Demand
All the snow, ice, and freezing weather this year has everyone anxious for spring. What announces spring better than Easter hats? This time of year, hats are sizzling-spring church hats, Easter hats, derby hats, and headwear for all kinds of special hat events.
One such event is The Mad Hatter luncheon in New Orleans that draws over 600 women for a benefit supporting The New Orleans Opera. These kinds of events happen all over the country and add more frenzy to the millinery business.
Early arrivals include sinamay hats like the one shown. Sinamay has a somewhat open weave and is a natural fiber that takes dye well. Milliners stiffen the sinamay and block it to create elegant hats ranging from conservative designs to lavish wide brims. These hats also have a range of colors. Grab these hats early because they sell out quick.
New arrivals in organza hats add another dimension to the spring hat selection. Originally, organza was a silk product with some transparency and a silky sheen. Today milliners use a synthetic material much like the silk derivative. The hats are very airy-very summery. Wired brims enable organza hat designs to have a range of brim widths. These gorgeous spring hats also have plenty of color choices and generally have lower price points than sinamay. Organza hats have deliveries all the way up to early summer. Wholesale organza hats will have continued supply to fill your needs for summer church events.
Polypropylene hats provide the traditional dress hat look that veterans in the business have carried for several years. A synthetic material is braided and continually sewn to give the look of expensive Milan straws. Most hats will have six to eight color options.
Everything is here for a successful spring hat season. We will continually update you through the newsletters of new arrivals. This product sizzles every spring, helping retailers get ahead. Best of all, it is an item where small business shines.