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Hats are head covers these are worn for various purpose for head safety or protection. If the word Scottish is attached it means, the traditional Scottish hats which are worn in the Scottish highlands to keep the tradition alive. It’s also a part of Scottish military or civilian Highland dress, either formal or informal.

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What is Glengarry bagpipe hat?

MacDonell of Glengarry and balmoral bonnet MacDonell, thus is sometimes said to have invented the glengarry. But it is not clear whether early pictures of civilians or fencible infantry show a true Glengarry Bagpipe Hat. Folded capable of flat or the standard military bonnet of the period merely ‘cocked’ into a more ‘fore-and-aft’ shape. May […]

What is Varsity hat?

Varsity hat is made of wool fabric wich you can add with varsity jacket. This cap comes with six panels and ventilation eyelets, six rows of stitching on pre-curved bill and self-fabric strap with chrome buckle. Strapback adjuster with chrome buckle completes the cap’s stylish look. A varsity hat is a head covering which is worn for various […]

What is kepi hat?

The kepi hat is a cap with a flat circular top and a peak, or visor. Etymologically, the term is a loanword of French: képi, itself a re-spelled version of the Alemannic German: Käppi, a diminutive form of Kappe, meaning “cap”. In Europe, this headgear is most commonly associated with French military and police uniforms, though versions of it were widely worn by other armies during the […]

What is Caubeen hat?

The caubeen hat is an Irish beret, formerly worn by peasants. It has been adopted as the head dress of Irish regiments of Commonwealth armies. The name caubeen dates from late 18th century Irish, and literally means “old hat”. It is derived from the Irish word cáibín, meaning “little cape”, which itself is a diminutive form of cába, meaning “cape”. In the British Army, the […]

What is tyrolean hat?

The Tyrolean hat (German: Tirolerhut, Italian: cappello alpino), also Bavarian hat or Alpine hat, is a type of headwear that originally came from the Tyrol in the Alps, in what is now part of Austria, Germany, Italy and Switzerland. A typical Tyrolean hat originally had a crown tapering to a point and was made of green felt with a brim roughly the width of a hand, something that was especially common in the Zillertal. There are various forms […]

What is chef’s hat?

The traditional chef’s hat (or chef’s whites) includes a toque blanche (“white hat”), white double-breasted jacket, pants in a black-and-white houndstooth pattern[citation needed], and apron. It is a common occupational uniform in the Western world. The toque is a chef’s hat that dates back to the 16th century. Different heights may indicate rank within a kitchen, and they are designed to prevent hair from falling into the food […]

What is dunce hat?

A dunce hat is a person considered incapable of learning. Dunces are often comedically shown wearing paper cone hats, known as dunce caps with the word “dunce” or “dumb”, or simply a capital D, on them. Schoolchildren were sometimes compelled to wear a dunce hat and to sit on a stool in the corner as a form of humiliating […]

What is chullo hat?

Chullo hat (Spanish pronunciation:, from Aymara: ch’ullu) is an Andean style of hat with earflaps, made from vicuña, alpaca, llama or sheep’s wool.[1] Alpaca has wool-like qualities that help to insulate its wearer from the harsh elements in the Andean Mountain region. Chullos often have ear-flaps that can be tied under the chin, to further warm the wearer’s head. Hats have been used in the Andean Mountain region by indigenous peoples for thousands […]

What is turban?

A turban (from Persian, dulband; via Middle French turbant) is a type of headwear based on cloth winding. Featuring many variations, it is worn as customary headwear by people of various cultures. Communities with prominent turban-wearing traditions can be found in the Indian subcontinent, Southeast Asia, the Arabian Peninsula, the Middle East, Central Asia, North Africa, West Africa, and the Horn of Africa. A keski is a type of turban – a long piece […]

What is student hat?

In various European countries, student caps of different types are, or have been, worn either as a marker of a common identity, as is the case in the Nordic countries, or to identify the wearer as a member of a smaller body within the larger group of students, as is the case with the caps worn by members of German Studentenverbindungen. […]