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More pervasive but just as questionable as fedoras are newsboy caps, Old West felt hats, trilbies, and slouchy beanies.
The pictures show a young man trying to be stylish — wearing sunglasses, a trilby hat and suit jackets.
Guests obliged, wearing headpieces that ranged from a cranberry-hued trilby and black beret to a stylish fascinator headpiece.
The venerable hatmaker, which has produced just about every style over its long history, from trilbies and pork pies to bowlers and berets, is no stranger to adversity.
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Origin and Etymology of trilby
First Known Use: 1897See Words from the same year
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Definition of trilby for English Language Learners
: a soft hat with part of the top pushed in
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