Cinco de Mayo is less than two weeks away. Anybody need a sombrero? Or perhaps the limited edition Margarita cocktail hat.
Mardi Gras is February 13 - less than a month away. Buffalo has tons of merchandise that would be perfect for Mardi Gras celebrations: silly felt hats, needlelace masks, silly raffia hats, awesome raffia masks. Some favorites are pictured below. Click on the image to go directly to the shop listing.
Buffalo has been working on some new raffia hats, raffia masks, and costume hats -- all appropriate for Halloween. I have uploaded four of them to the Etsy store. Click on the images below to go directly to the store listing and check back over the next couple of weeks. There is more Halloween gear to come.
Buffalo has been a busy bee since returning from camp. She's made several new hats and an adorable raffia mask. The non-sombrero hat style below is what Buffalo used to call the 'Lady Di Hat'. But so many guys like it, we've renamed it the 'Lord Dan/Lady Di Hat'. Click on the photos below to open a link to the Etsy store listing.
A friend of Buffalo's requested pink pussy hats. This is what the Buffalo Hats version of that looks like. It kinda looks like a retro space girl hat to me -- something you'd see in a Buck Rogers or Flash Gordon serial. Her next one will have a brim on it so it won't look quite like this.
Cinco de Mayo is coming up pretty soon, which celebrates the Mexican army's victory over the French at the Battle of Puebla. Or as we know it in the US, an opportunity to drink margaritas and listen to mariachi bands. It's the perfect day to wear one of Buffalo's raffia sombreros... or her one-of-a-kind margarita hat.
♪♫ ...with all the frills upon it... ♪♫
Do you have a nice hat to wear for Easter? Buffalo can help you out with her Garden Party Hats (your choice of flowers).
She's got more festive spring time hats in her Etsy store.
Going through an old photo album, I stumbled upon this most excellent vintage Buffalo hat. Unfortunately, the photos are from the pre-digital era and a little blurry. I did my best to sharpen them up using the auto contrast and color correction tools in Photoshop, but there's only so much you can do with old photos. If anybody has any other photos of this hat, please send them to me.