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Skeleteen Tyrolean Style Child and Adult Festival Hat is perfect for any Oktober fest Party. It can be used as part of photo booth props, for decorations, or for costumes. The hat is part of the authentic traditional style clothing set worn in Switzerland, Germany, Austria and parts of Italy known as Tracht. It is a style dress where men wear leder hosen, or leather pants, that looks like knee length pants with suspenders, and the women wear dirndl dresses. The boys in The Sound of Music wear lederhosen style pants, for they are Austrians. Today’s day, this outfit is still worn at traditional parties and events, but mainly at Oktoberfest festivals. This hat is ideal for men, women, girls and boys heading out to such a party. There are usually a lot of beer and drunken people at those parties. These hats are ideal for when you don't want to dress up, you just need a little something. This hat is made to fit adults and most children. They will most likely be too big on a toddler or baby. It is also a favorite among young children who love pretend play and dress up, or for a teacher who is teaching students about different histories and cultures.

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