Hat Addiction

Our recent trip to the US revealed a deep, dark addiction that we, as a family, were not aware of struggling with before….

Proof of our hat addiction

It appears we have an addiction to purchasing hats! We officially have a hat addiction.

Hat addiction - a collage of all 8 hats we recently purchased on our USA adventure!

We bought 8 of our own on our trip plus another couple as gifts for family.

Mickey Mouse Ears Collection - a collage of all 5 pairs of ears purchased at WDW

Not to mention the 5 sets of Mickey Ears that also found their way back in our luggage!

Personalised Micky Ears!

Do you have a weakness for hats?

Linking with Trish and Raych this fine Wednesday x

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5 Responses

  1. Now that’s one collection that you’ll have forever and the bonus is your kids will love and then your grandkids will also cherish them!
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  2. I own two hats. Both recent additions to my wardrobe and both still new. I’m just not great at pulling a hat off. I do own a cap that I wear to keep the hair out of my eyes when walking. Does that count?

    • Kirsty says:

      I love hats. Any hat. I have a cap for exercise and I have a few to choose from when to comes to being casual outdoors. I would love to be able to pull off a beret or one of those little 1920s numbers – not sure I could. Maybe this is could be the basis of a future style challenge Raych?

  3. Josh Bird says:

    You could say I have a weakness. I have a total of 66 snapbacks with an official goal of 200. I recently purchased the pursuit by melin. My name is Josh and I have a hat addiction. Hi Josh

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