SPECIALS: For a limited period of time, a popular beret at a special -discounted- price. 

WINE SPECIAL



On SPECIAL: WINE!

The colour wine or vinous is a dark shade of red. The terms “claret”, "bordeaux" and “burgundy” are also used to describe this colour. The first recorded use of wine as a colour name in English was in 1705; the first recorded use of claret as a colour name in English was in 1547.

In the Anglo-Saxon world, the term “maroon” is used to describe the same colour (with it’s first use in 1789). Maroon is derived from French marron ("chestnut"), itself from the Italian marrone that means both chestnut and brown, which is a typical cause for confusion.

However, all the berets on SPECIAL this week are definitely wine coloured!

One week only in a limited number, well discounted prices ranging from $25.00 to 50.00!

WINE on SPECIAL