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First Fall Hats of 2012 Arriving

Submitted by on September 8, 2012 – 7:10 pm
This is the blue Borsalino Check Ivy Cap

Here is the 2012 Borsalino Check Ivy Cap. It is one of the first dashing new caps to arrive for the fall season.

School has started. Football has started. I know.┬áIt is sad to say, but summerÔÇÖs days are numbered and running out fast.

The good news is that it will soon be time to pick out your new hats for the autumn and winter!

At our Chicago location, we are turning over the store and readying our wool caps and fur felt hats.

Among our first new arrivals of the season are a beret and Check Ivy Cap from Borsalino. Each is hand-crafted by those Italian artisans whose work is admired the world over.

All you need to do to fall in love with BorsalinoÔÇÖs berets is touch them. Each is luxuriantly soft and features an equally soft leather sweatband. The wool is warm, and they are designed for both men and women to wear.

The Check Ivy Cap isnÔÇÖt done any justice in the photo. It is darker in real life and the burnt yellow checks on a dark brown background, as well as the blue checks on a black background, are absolutely electrifying.

More hats and caps are coming soon, so be sure to check in with our store or website often to see what else has arrived.

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