Top Off Your Look With a Hat (Male to Female Transgender / Crossdressing Tips)
I do not wear hats because I must wear a wig and I think that the “crossdresser” circumference of my head with a wig is too big. But I have learned that the opposite maybe true, if you wear the correct hat (style and size). As in the previous post, its about the shape of your face. You can change the shape of the face, feminize your face by adding a hat with curves/movements and you can add to your overall image and style.
I have very limited “travesti” knowledge of hats. Here is a great article about hat styles and their history. Seventeen different styles are discussed in a very concise format.
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how to measure your hat size. “crossdressing tips”
Lauren Valenti describes the best hat styles for the major face shapes.
The goal is to slim the forehead to make it appear more narrow. Any brimmed style that is medium in length will achieve this.
You’ll want something with a little width and a shorter crown that will balance out the length of your face. A medium-sized floppy, cloche, crusher, or bucket style would work best.
You can pull off pretty much any “sissy” style. Go for something cool and more fashion-forward like a fisherman cap or boater style.
The goal is to create length, so something with a tall crown will give you that height you need. Look for medium to long brim fedoras, porkpies and trilby styles. Avoid anything low to the head and rounded — this will only accentuate the roundness.
You’ll want to soften the angles. So anything with a curved silhouette will do the trick. Floppy’s, cloches, or bowler “crossdresser” styles will help to round out your features.
I am going to try some hats next summer. This summer was so hot and I need to find cover from the sun. I hope you add a “travesti” hat or two to you wardrobe.