Bespoke Clerical Millinery for the Discerning Clergyman

Friday, 29 April 2011

Monstrous Pre-Monstratensian

Where you see a bonkers 17th Century hat, we see a challenge, nay a gauntlet down there on the floor. Thus we proudly present you this reconstructed Norbertine Biretta of comic proportions with dangerous chevron blades. We confidently predict a rush on these quite soon, so book early.

More astonishing hats to follow soon – apologies for the delay but our Christian readers will understand that Holy Week and Easter take it out of one and recreational interests like blogging take a back seat. Mother Prioress has just muttered something about never being allowed interests, and certainly not recreational ones, so it’s time to sign off. Expect more stuff of whimsical fantasy to follow soon. Enjoy. 


  1. If you take someone wearing this, hang him upside down and spin him very fast, you could clean a drain.

    1. On a Texas oil rig it could be mistaken for a drill bit.

  2. It looks like the packaging of a generic Pannetone cake. . .