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Cloche – A Twenties Headdress

Cloche – A Twenties Headdress

Cloche, one of a collection of twenties headdresses to compliment our ‘All That Jazz’ collection.

Probably the most iconic headwear of the twenties, the cloche hat was invented by milliner Caroline Reboux in 1908, and remained popular until the early thirties. Its name is derived from cloche, the French word for ‘bell’, and the hats even shaped hairstyles: the Eton crop – a short, slicked-down cut became popular because it was ideal to showcase the hats’ shape.

Our own ‘Cloche‘ design is made from lightweight wire which can be easily ‘scrunched’ to the shape of your head. The hat has two striking flowers made with Swarovski encrusted fabric, crystal rondelles, shimmering crystals and glossy pearls at the centre. If you need any convincing if ‘Cloche‘ is the perfect accessory for your Twenties wedding then we invite you to look at the blog posts below.

To find out more about Cloche, or any of our designs:  contact a designer .


Cloche not for you? More Twenties headdresses here.


Vintage wedding dresses in the All That Jazz Collection



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Lindsay Fleming Couture are proud winners of The VOWS Awards, Scottish Bridal Designer, 2006, 2008, 2010, and 2013


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