Introduce a bit of the Irish landscape to your wardrobe this season with the Green Tweed Newsboy Hat from Mucros Weavers. Inspired by the beautiful landscape at Killarney National Park, this fully lined hat is woven from a beautiful light green herringbone Irish tweed with faint purple and yellow windowpane accents, reminiscent of the spring flowers that bloom in the national park. The retro style of the hat is modeled after newsboy hats of the 1920s and 1930s, updated with a leather rosette at the side and a short brim for a modern and feminine look.
The newsboy hat is elasticated in the back for a perfect one-size-fits-all fit, measuring approximately 20 in. without stretching. The cap itself is constructed from eight symmetrical panels with a button top to give it a classic feel.
Mucros Weavers is based at Muckross House, County Kerry, amid the luscious scenery and abundant nature of Killarney National Park. For over 30 years, Mucros has provided some of Ireland’s finest woven goods from its traditional craft workshop under the stewardship of master weaver John Cahill. Each piece is inspired by the magnificent colors and rich textures of the national park and its environs, adding a bit of Irish craft and style to any outfit.