Just some fun hats for you today, Fashionable Reader. I’m thinking of Ivy, or Primrose, or what Ivy might buy for Primrose.
If you haven’t found it already this kind of thing shows up on the Retro Rack Group quite a bit, and there you can also share your own.
This last one I think is particularly Ivy!
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