Store your hat on a clean, dry shelf. Place a ball of bunched up tissue paper inside the head of the hat. Do not fold or squish your hat!! The straw will hold the shape.
Keep straw hats away from water. Spot clean only.
If you are concerned about the condition of your well-worn hat, send us an email with a photo of the hat (email@example.com). Depending on the condition, we may be able to revitalize the hat. For any work done on a tracywatts hat we charge a $25 base fee + shipping. The fee is subject to change depending on what work needs to be done.
All tracywatts hats are made to order in different sizes. To find your size, follow these steps to measure the size of your head:
1) Take a tape measure and place it around your head, as in the illustration to the left.
2) Place the tape measure just above your brow and along the top of your ears, and wrap it all the way around until the tape meets together.
3) You just measured your head size! Make note of the inches, and compare it to our standard sizes, below.
If our standard sizes aren't quite right for you, or if you're concerned about choosing a size, send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org)! We love to help, and will happily create hats to custom measurements.
tracywatts hats are handmade, so small size variations may occur from one hat to the next. Many of our styles come with an elastic or ribbon drawstring sewn into the head size ribbon.
If your hat feels too tight, try loosening the drawstring or taking it out all together. If your hat feels loose, try tightening the drawstring. We also recommend slightly wetting the inner ribbon of your new hat and then putting it on. The ribbon will shrink a little bit and feel tighter. Repeat the process until you reach the perfect fit.