Hats make people feel good. That’s the point of them.
I love hats; cloches, fedoras, boaters – the bigger and more extravagant the better. But beyond shoving on a fairly battered straw number while I’m gardening, or donning a oversized fluffy beret at early morning soccer games, my lifestyle isn’t what you might call hat-friendly.
I suspect I was born out of my time; too late to be part of a culture that embraced millinery as a day-to-day necessity. Even in my mother’s generation, it was at least considered normal to wear hats to weddings. Here in New Zealand – a country famous for it’s informality – current wedding attire is more likely to include a baseball cap or beanie than any of the elaborate confections favoured by earlier generations.
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