A firework of caps on New Year’s Eve

The old year is coming to an end, New Year’s Eve is coming! Whether at a fulminant New Year’s Eve party or a cozy round at home – at the turn of the year, most of them are cleaning themselves up again to celebrate January in a fitting and lively manner.

With a noble headgear gives his wardrobe New Year’s Eve more chic and sophistication. Sequins , glitter and glamor are very popular with the ladies in this eventful night, because an extravagant outfit outshines even the most atmospheric midnight fireworks display.

For all curious: Already 153 v. Chr. The old Romans celebrated a sort of end of the year, but December 31 is regularly celebrated only since 1582. At that time, the Gregorian calendar was reformed and postponed the end of the year in honor of Pope Sylvester I on the anniversary of his death († 31 December 335). Incidentally, the name means Waldmensch, which probably coincides more or less coincidentally with the Germanic tradition of fire festivals and ghost exaggerations on New Year’s Eve.

In the spirit of a successful New Year’s Eve party, our team of www.hutshopping.de would like to thank you for your trust, wish you lots of fun with the acquired hats, hats, caps and accessories and bring you the best wishes for a happy and healthy year 2009!