The Poke bonnet is a type of headgear derived from a bonnet and a hat. Poke bonnet appears at the beginning of the 19th century, and comes from the fashionable Chapeau à la Paméla (hat with a brim, pressed with a ribbon or veil on the sides).
We have a new post on Patreon about 19th century fashion.
19th century. Men’s fashion… here
19th century. Women’s fashion… here
We have collected on posters a brief overview of women’s and men’s fashion, as well as tables with hairstyles by year.
The Swirling hat (or “Rings of Saturn”, or “roll hat”) is a layered headdress of the 15-16th centuries. This headgear swirling (rolled, curved, coiled, twisting) around the head like a clock spring or a roll of toilet paper.