Wear a Mad Hatter Hat and Instantly Become the Mad Hatter this Halloween — It’s Never Too Late To Put on the Mad Hatter’s Hat for Trick or Treating and Birthday Tea Parties.  Are you determined to dress up as the Mad Hatter this Halloween?  If so, then you have finally discovered the right place to find an authentic looking Mad Hatter’s Wellington Hat.

Mad Hatter Hat for Adults One of the most memorable characters from the book and movie Alice in Wonderland is the Mad Hatter.  He delivers peculiar speeches, quotes and confusing riddles that seem to entertain us even though they make no sense.  The Mad Hatter is not only good at entertaining his guests and readers, he also seems to be amused by his own choice of words.

Where would the Mad Hatter be without his hat? And why would you want to dress up as the Mad Hatter anyway?  Well it is just plain old fun to wear such a massive top hat.

Everyone loves the Mad Hatter and your hat will become the topic of discussion and the hit of the party.  With such a conversation piece you may get compliments all night long.

In putting together a costume for the Mad Hatter it may make your life so much easier to purchase a Mad Hatter Hat than to create a new one.  The hat needs to look authentic, feel authentic and add a touch of sheer Johnny Depp magic to your outfit.

Alice In Wonderland Film – Mad Hatter Adult Hat

Adult Mat Hatter HatTransform into the ridiculous, yet infamous Tea party host in this splendidly insane top hat showing an elaborate detailed pattern, not to mention an extra wide shimmering peach toned band modeled on the style of the hat showcased in Tim Burton’s feature film Alice in Wonderland. This high quality hat is insanely close to looking like the one in the movie.

This top hat can be purchased separately. Fits most heads.

When someone asks how you came to the party you can respond with, ‘I traveled by hat’.  Whether you trick or treat by hat, be sure to have a fun and safe Halloween.

Johnny Depp wore a Wellington style hat when he played the role of the Mad Hatter in the Tim Burton movie Alice in Wonderland.  His hat in the movie was a deep green with intricate etched and embossed designs on it, numerous pins tacked into the side and a tag with 10/6 tucked under a wide salmon-pink toned band.

The top part of a classic Wellington Hat is wider than the part that goes around your head.  The Wellington Hat was named after Arthur Wellesley the 1st Duke of Wellington (1769 – 1852).  Duly worn between the years 1800 to 1820, the Wellington Top Hat was still seen to be worn by men as the years approached 1860.

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