The glitz, glamor, pomp and circumstance of another Kentucky Derby has come and gone, and perhaps just as paramount and anticipated as the race itself is the fashion that acts as quite the runway before the actual running of the horses.
Aside from maybe the food and presentation of the Kentucky Derby, fashion takes center stage every year, most notably the hats worn by men and women alike. But everything pales in comparison to the female attendees and the oversized headgear they're showcasing, plenty of which is lauded for its stylish nature and oversized look perched on top of much smaller heads.
As much as the hats worn by women at the Kentucky Derby are hailed for being remarkable, amazing and fashionable, one question seems to pop up once the dust has settled and the smoke has cleared after the race.
Can you really pull off the oversized hat look as part of your wardrobe when you don't have the Kentucky Derby as an excuse of sorts to wear one?
That inquiry suggests that the oversized hat trend is one that is excused on that day in May in Kentucky, but otherwise is laughable when worn any other time. That isn't to say that a few of those Derby hats aren't too big even for the Kentucky Derby but on Derby day it's almost acceptable to look foolish. But what if you decide to go all out and all in with your headgear on a Wednesday?
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