Two Sisters, painted in 1881 and later given its second title (On the Terrace) by its first longtime owner, dealer Paul Durand‑ Ruel, is considered to be one of the highlights of Renoir's career. Much has been said about the sweet gaze of the younger sister and of course, the older girl's beauty. To be honest, it was her glowing scarlet hat that inspired me this week as I contemplated my most recent obsession. Sad but true, I am a victim of extreme Gucci Trilby hat love this fall, and can't seem to shake it from my mind. I put together a few other perfectly acceptable options, but still my heart beats for the Trilby.
Do you plan to wear a hat this fall, or do you prefer to just enjoy a hat on someone else?
P.S. For a glimpse of a real-life Renoir, check out today's post at ON PCH.