Hat - quotes and descriptions to inspire creative writing
Last summer she had sewn some chin straps to the rim of her wide brimmed hat. She was getting too old to be chasing it down the street every time the wind strengthened to more than a friendly breeze. It was plain beige when she bought it, but now she decorated it with various ribbons, colour coordinating with her outfit. Sometimes it was brilliant magenta, other times it was floral, but her favourite was the turquoise shimmer that everyone said complemented her eyes.
On is head was a grubby white baseball cap pulled a little too far down. Combined with his head tilted toward his own feet it had the effect of hiding his eyes altogether. Once his Mom took it for washing and no-one recognized him at school until he had to answer his name for attendance.
His hat was an inexpertly made toque. To shorten the process of making it the crafter had chosen the thickest wool and the largest gauge needles Mrs M. sell in the Friday market. Now here he was with it pulled down to his ears and almost as cold as he would be without it. The wintry wind was gusting in and out of the holes, stealing his body heat as it went.
A faux fur Cossack hat, a bowler hat, a black velvety top hat, a wicker sombrero, a wicker hat with a wide floppy brim decorated with a fuchsia ribbon tied at the back, a white Straw Boater with a grosgrain trim, straw trilby hat, brown leather cowboy hat, a tan colored suede fedora hat with a central crease,a black wool and felt cowboy hat with silver discs decorating a black ribbon, a woolen beret, a baseball cap, a toque, blue and white stripped cable knit hat, luminous yellow hard hat, a pink fluffy cowgirl hat, a fur lined hat with ear flaps, a fur trimmed trooper hat, a dessert hat with it's long flap of material to cover the neck, fedora style gangster hat, a santa hat,a witch hat.