Victorian Mourning Bonnet
If you wear this straight on top of your head, it means you're in mourning. If you rake it to the side, it means you're looking for husband number two.
Every day at noon I stand out on my front deck to see if Humperdink has come back from the war. And when he doesn't show I take it off and go out dancing... that Lambert can really shimmy- even with one leg.
This hat is from "Lord & Taylor 5th Ave. Broadway & 20th St. New York - Paris" in 1880. That makes it better than you.
O-M-G... like my mom totally made me wear this because she doesn't want me to date or see men until I get married. I mean I can't get married until I'm 15... like what am I supposed to do until then?