Deluxe Hatter Costume, with Jacket, Trousers and Hat. "Beware the Jabberwock, my son," said the Mad Hatter. No tea-party would be complete without the Hatter's weird and wonderful world view. This charming outfit consists of jacket, trousers and hat.
World Book Day would not be complete, without remembering the books of Lewis Carroll, whose stories have charmed millions, either from bedtime readings by parents, or through the many glorious adaptations.
Set out your best tablecloth and teapot, and dress-up your youngsters as the Hatter, the March Hare, the Dormouse or even confused little Alice. If your children want a pretend tea-party, then the scene from Alice in Wonderland might be your cup of tea! The purple hat 10-and-sixpence hat with chequered hat-band and clashing chequered tie make sure this character is unmistakable.
The waistcoat is also chequered, and is combined with the tie into the fabric of the jacket clash - they all clash insanely with the Mad Hatter's trousers. But this outfit wasn't just thrown together - the fashion-conscious Hatter has sewn some matching purple round the sleeves of his jacket. The blue trousers show the Hatter is still rather zany and interesting character.