The fashion for hats is back
The fashion for hats is back
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Hats by Marianne Bara

Earlier, the headdress was an essential accessory for every woman, which was chosen to match the tone or style of the dress. Women have always known that a properly selected hat can emphasize dignity and make facial features more expressive. Over time, fashion changed, tastes and preferences in clothing changed, and hats lost their popularity among young women, acquiring associations with the attire of elderly women who, wearing a hat, try to hide certain flaws in their appearance.

Hats by Marianne Bara

The modern Hungarian designer Marianne Bara, who is engaged in the hand-made creation of ladies' hats, is trying to bring back the fashion and popularity of hats with her work. Her stunningly beautiful, sophisticated and modern winter and summer hats are already found by many young girls and women who want to put on stylish hats.

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Marianne Bara entered the design and production of women's hats fifteen years ago, and this hobby has become her life's work. “I sit down and start creating hats, and I am filled with great joy and serenity. In my creative process, I combine classic shapes (beret, straw hat, brimless lady's hat, bell hat, toque - brimless women's hat) with my fantasy world,”says Marianne Bara.

Hats by Marianne Bara

In addition, she always takes into account the needs and requirements of a modern lifestyle: she creates hats that are easy to wear and store, and also takes into account the age groups and types of women. Some people prefer something practical for every day, others are looking for hats especially for some important event or event (wedding, reception).

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Hungarian designer works with clients from many countries, including England, France, Germany.

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