Thursday, 28 April 2016
A Sombrero, mexican hat, basically a very wide brimmed hat with a crown and upturned edge popular in Mexico used as a shield from the sun, these hats are wide enough to cast shadows over neck and shoulders.
This Sombrero however is possibly the worst hat I own, its made of compressed cardboard and is pure tourist tat, I'm sure if I ever got wet it would turn into paper mache.
Well one day I'm sure I will get a better quality Sombrero but for now this is all I have.
They were also worn by cowboys and in many other Spanish speaking countries