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Irish Flat Caps

The timeless Irish flat cap has its roots in the sixteenth century, when an arbitrary English law decreed that working men had to wear the hats on Sundays and holidays or be fined. This law was an attempt to stimulate the wool trade and, though it was taken off the books within a decade, it developed a tweed flat cap style that was incredibly popular among the Irish working class. Peeking in popularity in the early twentieth century, the Irish flat cap is having another renaissance among everyone from celebrities like Ryan Gosling to your everyday lad. Effortlessly stylish, you’ll love the tweed flat cap for the same reason your ancestors did - it’s versatile style and durability!
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