According to my sources, tomorrow is the Chinese New Year, which means parades, fireworks and all sorts of good times for many. So today, we'll be looking at hats that involve the animal of the year: tigers.
Yep, 2010 is the Year of the Tiger, so people born in this year are the eastern equivalent of Aquarius. Now you know, and knowing is half the battle (although I have to wonder what the other half is. My bets are that it involves duct tape. And possibly peanut brittle.)
Anywho, if you're like me and aren't able to celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Tiger, you can still rock a tiger-themed hat.
For those of us who live in warmer climes, you can wear something a little lighter and feathery.
If you live somewhere a bit more on the chilly side, there's always the knitted hat-and mittens combo.
Or if you're a bit on the crafty side, maybe just a simply knitted kitty hat, made up with tiger stripes.
Or if you're feeling a little bit daring, perhaps a furry tiger hat would suit you best. It's your call, but I think I've made my case that anyone can wear a tiger hat and wear it well. So what's stopping you?
P.S. For the curious ones, I had a lovely time with my friends this weekend, and was sorry that it had to end so quickly. But a little time spent among those you hold dear is better than none, I say.