#STYLEGIRL: Why Every Designer/Fashionista ‘Really’ Needs To Pay Attention To Sarlea’s Polka Dot Hat Look

by Nana Tamakloe
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Every now and then a trend pops into the African community and whizzes straight out. From cape dresses, to flat hats to cloaks, to cowry shells, to off shoulders we’ve covered it all.




As usually Liberian style blogger Sarlea Mah is not stranger to extravagant looks and she definitely does the most when it comes to laying her style out. Her latest mind blowing looks sees her in a polka dot shirt dress with a matching polka dot hat. A hat that was also warn earlier by her in another look with a polka dot jacket and striped scarf and skirt.

However, here is a potential trend we spotted. In many cases when designers serve their beautiful hat accessories, we usually notice the emphasis of the design on the top part of the hats. From the print, to the flower, to the ribbon you name it. Sarlea has kicked off a look where for once the under design of the hat has taken the center stage. So what does this mean in the near future?

Fashion designers, especially print designers could be inspired to focus more on the designs below the brim of the hat. For example matching prints as we are just seeing, but they could even be more creative, with jewels, and flowers, and all sorts of designs that sit under the hat, matching well with the outfits. If this trend is not born in 2020 designers have failed. For now, enjoy the looks from Sarlea Mah’s polka dot hat below.



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