Daisy Bedecked 1960s Easter Bonnet

DSC_0306This darling little daisy bedecked Easter bonnet for a young girl was likely factory-made in the 1960s – a time when a new spring outfit complete with hat, coat, and gloves was de rigeur for mothers and daughters alike. As a child of the ’60s. I am such a fan of daisies that I dedicated an entire segment in my book, 1,000 Hats to this delightfully iconic trim.

Published by Norma Shephard

I'm the founder and director of the Mobile Millinery Museum & author of five books on vintage fashion.

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