Long gone are the days of sharply dressed men topped in carefully crafted fedoras. Women no longer don flowing gowns and little ornamental hats full of jewels and feathers and filigree pinned over tightly wrapped buns. And though now it might seem like there's nothing to put on your pate but beanies and basketball snapbacks, there is a place in North Miami Beach that still offers a bit of the style and glamour found in the headdresses of yesteryear. Hats & Hats is a one-of-a-kind establishment in Miami that's been selling, shaping, and maintaining hats for more than 15 years. It's the only spot in town to go to if you're looking for some of that classy character of the good old days, that Indiana Jones swagger, or the understated, undeniable grace that Faye Dunaway and Holly Golightly exuded from hat to heel. Even if you're uncertain about buying the fine headwear at Hats & Hats, it's an interesting place to wander into. The scent of felt and silk waft through the shop, and the walls full of hats — classic and brand-new all at once — can be a pleasantly overwhelming trip to a world gone by.