Our lives are short, my friend, do not delay. Two words, worth many books, I say again: Enjoy yourself.—‘Why yes, I will.’—But when? ‘Tomorrow.’—Think, my friend: along the way you may meet Death. Enjoy yourself today. Take warning from the tale I now relate: the Huntsman and the Wolf; beware their fate.
derby Headgear primarily for men that appeared at the end of the 19th century; it is made of stiff felt with a circular rounded crown and an upturned narrow brim.
skullcap Small round cap covering only the top of the head.
boater Stiff straw headgear with a flat brim of uniform width and an oval crown circled with a ribbon; it was worn at the end of the 19th century.
felt hat Soft hat with a dented crown that is adorned with a wide ribbon; it is made from a single piece and has a brim of uniform width. brim - Part of the hat encircling the base of the crown. bow - Point where the ends of the hatband are tied to trim the hat. binding - Strip of fabric running along the edge of the hat. hatband - Wide silk ribbon decorating the base of the crown. crown - Part of the hat that fits on top of the head.
garrison cap Elongated brimless headgear with a soft flexible crown; it is worn over the brow and takes the shape of the head.
panama Soft headgear from the end of the 19th and the early 20th century; it is made from woven jipijapa leaves and has a dented crown circled with a ribbon.
cap Brimless, somewhat soft headgear that appeared at the end of the 19th century; it has a peak and a flat crown.
shapka Fur hat that is native to Poland; it has ear flaps that can be turned up and tied on top of the head.
hunting cap Thick soft cap with a peak and ear flaps, which give protection against the cold. peak - Part that juts out over the eyes to protect them. ear flap - Flap that covers the nape of the neck and the ears to keep them warm; it can be turned up and held in place on top of the head.
top hat Stiff silk headgear with a high cylindrical crown circled with a ribbon and a narrow brim that is turned up at the sides; it was worn toward the end of the 18th century.