Traditional Turkish Red Hat with Gold Tassel

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● THIS HAT SAYS IT ALL: The fez stands alone in the definition of costuming and creates the entire look of many characters. Dr. Who would just be a man in a suit without one!
● WHERE TO WEAR: Costume parties, cosplay events, Halloween, masquerades; hats are a great addition to dramatic plays and theater productions, or fun for children to play dress up.
● HATS ADD CHARACTER: Make your costume instantly recognizable and add a touch of authenticity with our quality hats. Details in costuming make the difference and create the fun!
● COSTUME PLAY FOR ALL AGES: We provide quality, economical hats & accessories for your funny, crazy, unique, period & theme costumes. Dress up in the most popular and best selling outfits with style!
● WHO NEEDS A HAT? Actors, party goers, trick or treaters, dancers, cosplayers; even recreate historic events or use as a teaching aid for various subjects! Boys & girls of all ages have fun with hats!

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The origin of the Turkish begins in Ottoman Empire times and continued when the Freemasons adopted it as their headgear of choice. The exotic headwear became a popular topper to wear in the evening with a deluxe smoking jacket at the turn of the 20th century. The iconic red cylinder with black tassel and insignia grew to become became the Shriner’s official and ceremonial head piece. Many American presidents have donned the fez, as has General MacArthur. Some other notable figures who have donned the red cap include Dr. Who, Aladdin, The Turkish and Greek Army, Indonesians in ceremonial occasions, British comedian Tommy Cooper, Ren & Stimpy and last but not least, Morocco Mole.


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