Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Big Head's Tiny Hats

Got to love a tiny derby with a butterfly.
This picture was sent to me from Big Head's Tiny Hats.  I love the butterfly accent.  I also love seeing tiny hats in styles other than the traditional top hat.  Speaking of, can anyone find a tiny cowboy hat?  But back to Big Head's Tiny Hats.  They have quite a selection of styles for the tiny hat lovers. . . even witch hats!
Material Girl was my personal favorite!

Saturday, December 25, 2010

Merry Christmas

"Santa's Little Helper" in the center.

Tiny Hats Weekly wants to wish you and your family a happy Christmas.  If you like the hats above, be sure to check out The Graveyard Girls.  My personal favorite is Santa's Little Helper.  The Graveyard Girls has plenty more than just seasonal wear for the tiny hat lovers, like some pirate and steampunk themed hats to name a few.  But you have to admit these cuties are a much better way to celebrate than this disaster previously posted. 

Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Unique Style

With the holidays season upon us, many of you may be in the mood for parties and cheer.  The hats at Little Tiny Hats are for those who like to shine and stand out in a crowd.

This one just screams party hat.

Great for a night on the town.
I want to wear this hat to the movies.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Tiny Witches Need Love Too

A couple weeks ago I made a post that included a picture of a "tiny witch hat" that just seemed off to me.  If you missed that post, you can catch up here.  I am thankful to say that site is not the only store that has tiny witch hats.  While I was shopping for tiny hats I came across a shop called Grace of the Goddess by Shilen.  (Yes, I am aware I spend a little to much time on Etsy, but sometimes handmade is the best.)  This shop is great for geeky accessories, but what really caught my eye was the tiny witch hats.

There are more variations at Grace of the Goddess, but I thought these two really had the spirit of a witch.  I would love to see someone send in a picture or three of them sporting one of these awesome hats.  Preferably making a better face than previous witch hat models.

If you aren't into tiny witch hats, that is ok.  I have some other samples from Grace of the Goddess that I really liked:
Tiny Pink Goth Lolita Crown with Rose

Tiny Tea Hat

Quite the Elegance


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Friday, December 10, 2010

Warcraft and the Not So Tiny Hat

Gwen Armstead
One of my more loved hobbies is World of Warcraft.  With the new expansion comes new kingdoms and costumes.  The new kingdom of Gilneas seems to take a more Victorian influence, which I personally love.  Most of the women from this city wear hats.  My friends who play all wanted to know if I was taking screen shots for this blog.  I was taking them, but not for this blog.  I will be honest, I don't really see the hats the NPCs wear as small. . . let alone tiny.  I get that the ladies are wearing their hats to the side, but if you placed it in the center would you still find the hat too small?  Maybe I am wrong.  What do you think?

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Tiny Top Hats

The roses are such a beautiful pattern.

I love the texture of this one.  Notice the yellow bird?

I love how funky and bright this one is.
Tiny top hats are the foundation of tiny hats.  Today's selection is a peak into the variety that can be achieved with one single idea.  All three hats are from the same store, Mad House DesignZ.  There are a few more hats on the shop, but these three are my favorite.  I can't decided which I like best.  You?

Friday, December 3, 2010

Early Christmas Laugh

I know I usually only update once a week, but bare with me.  I saw this little gem and almost died laughing.

It is a hair clip "tiny Santa hat".  I truly feel for the model in this pic, because she really doesn't seem to enjoy the silliness of it all.  The hair clip sells for $2.99 on this site.  I would love to have someone buy it and then send in a picture of them properly rocking out the tiny Santa look.  Just say'n.