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Bailey’s Original Panama Hat

Bailey’s Original Panama Hat

Those certain settings of exclusive exotic hideouts in a subtropical heat, bright and vibrant, those pictures shaped the illustrious reputation of a classic man’s accoutrement, the Panama hat. Since its inception in 1922, name giver George Bailey insists on an entirely handcrafted and order-oriented assembling process for the fine headwear that leaves the halls of Bailey just like this impeccable Panama dubbed Sydney. Directly from the subtropics back to the exotic places as a refined man’s detail, a Bailey’s Panama is made just from the plaited leaves of the toquilla straw plant that grows in Ecuador and ensures a quality made to last a lifetime. Those woven white hat contrasted with a black ribbon is admittedly a double-edged heavy accessory, but when worn attentively there’s no other headgear that can keep up with its elegant presence.