Speaking of hats (or things on your head), come spring I will adorn loads and loads of feathers on my head. I’m even considering going back to my roots and making a Native American Chief headdress similar to the one below.
Photo by Walter Larrimore (c) National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution.
Hunkpapa Lakota eagle-feather headdress, North Dakota, was worn by Chief Rain in the Face, 1884-85.
Or, for a more subtle headdress, try this one.