Hats in all shapes and sizes

The word hat comes from the Bas-Latin capellus, a diminutive of cappa, meaning cloak, which first became "chapel" and then "chapeau" in the 13th century.

The term designates a rigid or flexible headgear of any kind, with a cap and narrow or wide brim, of any material and for both sexes. However, the word hat is often used in everyday language to designate all types of headgear, even those without brims.

Chapellerie Traclet has selected a wide range of hats for you. Something for everyone!

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