Saturday, April 18, 2009

mich dulce hats

they're now being sold at theodore's! and as a welcome present to hat fans everywhere, theodore's will be giving a 10% discount till tomorrow—on all mich dulce products! aren't they adorable?? parang we want to wear a hat na...

theodore's is located at bonifacio high street

6 comments:

Kitty Kwan said...

Where is that hat worn by Aretha Franklin during the Inauguration? LOL

Anonymous said...

pardon me madame liza pero i dont think manila is ready for hats. were not brits. who is that mich dulce ba? if foreigners see that, they will immediately think filipino girls who wear that are trying hard. its off. and not original

the fash pack said...
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the fash pack said...

we think the whole philippines is so ready for hats! women always walk around with their umbrellas, protecting themselves from the heat of the sun—wear a wide-brimmed hat instead! and mich's hats are really more like hair accessories—wearing one is the perfect way to dress up a plain or simple or boring outfit. dontcha think??

Anonymous said...

hi liz,

yes we need hats but not those mich dulce hats. they are the biggest copies of british hats where they wear to the races. were not brits and we dont go to the races. i think hats are bagay to the brits because they're tall.most pinays are less than 5'5 and it will only dwarf the illusion of height if pinays are made to wear those mitch hats. and it distracts the focus from the face to the hat. totaly thumps down for me

change is good said...

What's the difference between these hats and the caps, fedoras, berets that I've seen Filipino kids wear? None. So I don't see why we can't wear hats like these. Granted, they're not for everyday or for going up and down EDSA riding the bus. But for special occassions, why the heck not?

As for "hats being bagay to the Brits because they're tall," I think it depends. Like everything you wear, hats have to fit and be in proportion. For instance, I don't think super wide-brimmed hats would look good on a Filipina, but otherwise, it's just a matter of taste, style, and a shift in attitude.

"If foreigners see that, they will immediately think Filipino girls who wear that are trying hard." So what? And who knows, what's "trying hard" today, will be ordinary wear in the near future. Lalo na sa init ng panahon! :D