How Hats Can Change Your Attitude
First of all, what kind of attitude do you have? For a hat to truly adjust and change your attitude, you need to know what you're feeling in the first place. Sometimes you can't quite put your finger on how you're feeling and a hat helps you define it.
Just like a little freshening up can make you feel better about yourself, wearing a hat can not only change your mood - it can change your attitude.
Hats are so under-worn these days (although they are making a come back!).
Hats truly are fabulous accessories. Sometimes you can be wearing the blandest of outfits and an outrageous hat can suddenly make you look like you're ready for the red carpet.
Are you feeling ugly? Having a bad hair day? Did you get on the scale?
A cowboy hat can always put an extra wahoo in your step, helping you to forget all of that other nonsense. You can wear a giant hat too, that takes the focus off of other parts of you.
Are you in love? Excited? Overjoyed?
Wearing a hat like a Fascinator will add a wallop of fun to the already good mood.
Are you Grumpy? Irritated? Overwhelmed?
With a hat tilted down on your forehead, casting a shadow over your smoky moody eyes makes you oh so mysterious - looks wise. Looking fabulous can switch your grumpy attitude to one of gratitude!
Feeling stumped? Can't remember a thing? Do you have CRS?
Put on a thinking cap and it will help you remember. Don't believe thinking caps work? Put on a stocking cap, call it your thinking cap and read The Adventures of Tilda Pinkerton. You'll comprehend the rare and obscure words quicker and your mind will be slicker.
(CRS is can't remember s*#!)
Feeling devilish? Reading teen paranormal romances?
Want to add a little sexiness to your step? Go to a thrift store and peruse the hats. There are usually some great ones tucked on top of the clothes racks. Add one to your outfit with a darker lipstick or eye shadow and wow - you could bet
What's Your Favorite Type of Hat?
Angela Shelton is an author, actor, and public speaker. She has been writing since she was eight years old. Her first novel was adapted into the movie Tumbleweeds. Angela won a regional Emmy award for her portrayal of Safe Side Superchick in The Safe Side video series created by Baby Einstein’s Julie Clark. After living in Los Angeles for over a decade, Angela left the big city for a one-light country town to marry her first love and fulfill her dream of writing books in a barn house.
Angela has incorporated the character of Tilda Pinkerton into an entire line of book projects, each geared towards a different age group in order to help kids, teachers, and parents enjoy learning and reading more.
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Well, since Angela asked what my favorite type of hat was, I just had to show you MY favorite hat!
I couldn't get a good one with me wearing it so I just had to hold it. The brim is black velvet and the flower is off white velvet with a green leaf and two pearl headed hat pins going through them. I don't know what you call the top part but it's kind of tweedy. Anyway, I've had it for 14 years and I love it! I'm a hat girl! But this one is my favorite!! Do you have a favorite hat?