Topic: hats

Sunday Cute: Cats in Hats!

Sunday Cute: Cats in Hats!

Part of me feels bad for giving you guys another cat video. Only part of me, though. The rest of me is saying, “LOOK! CATS! CATS IN HATS!” Because a video of a whole lot of cats wearing hats is exactly what you need on a Sunday morning. Good morning. Happy Sunday. Go forth. More »

Questionable Choices: William and Kate Wear Cowboy Hats

Questionable Choices: William and Kate Wear Cowboy Hats

During their Canadian tour (you know, what poor people call “a vacation”), Prince William and Duchess Catherine sported these matching white cowboy hats at a rodeo in Calgary. While I normally think that British people are genetically predisposed to hat wearing, I think they might want to stick with ones that look like the Flying Spaghetti Monster and leave the cowboy (cowgirl? cowwoman?) toppers to Snooki. More »

Gallery: Snooki Wears Dumb Stuff on Her Head

Gallery: Snooki Wears Dumb Stuff on Her Head

We’re pretty sure it’s in Snooki‘s contract that she isn’t allowed to leave her house without adorning her head with something utterly ridiculous. Leopard print, sombreros, and, more often than not, excessive quantities of rhinestones. But, because she’s Snooki and can do no wrong, we’ll not only let her get away with her headpiece choices, we eagerly await the skull decorations yet to come. More »

Royal Wedding Gallery: the Hats, the Hats!

Royal Wedding Gallery: the Hats, the Hats!

We got up at 5 A.M. to attend a royal wedding viewing part at NYC’s Ace Hotel, which is is like getting up to watch the sun rise, except actually the exact opposite of that. Everything is so British! We all know the best thing about the women of the royal family is their crazy hats, so here’s the headwear they chose to wear to celebrate William and Kate.
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Across the Pond: Royal British Etiquette in a Nutshell

Across the Pond: Royal British Etiquette in a Nutshell

With a certain royal wedding less than four days away (congratulations William and Kate!), a huge interest in British etiquette has been ignited. We all know that good manners equate to common sense, and it really isn’t a big a deal when going about your everyday business. But what do you do when you have an audience with the Queen, are expecting to be scrutinized by hundreds of discerning royals, and have to do it all in full view of a voracious 2 billion strong public, who are expected to tune in to the wedding broadcast? Spare a thought for Kate Middleton, who will have all this to contend with and therefore may be forgiven for suffering a touch of pre-wedding nerves this Friday. More »