Diana Rose Tartan Tammy Hat Luxury Lambswool B006FG55LW

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Diana Rose Tartan Tammy Hat Luxury Lambswool

Made in your families tartan, this Tammy will add vibrant colour and charm to any outfit. With over 20 fashionable tartans available, only the finest wool is used, so you can be sure that it'll be soft and comfortable.
Expertly made in Scotland this top quality Tammy hat either keeps your head warm in those winter days or to wear for a fashionable look, and a unique and timeless accessory for years to come.

Every Diana Tartan product comes complete with our unique swing ticket, telling the Diana Tartan story.

This high quality brushed wool Tammy is suitable for all occasions formal or informal, any time you want to emphasize your ancestry and/or make a fashion statement! accessory to add a dash of colour to any outfit.
A tartan tam is a traditional Scottish hat that is still popular today. It is made from quality wool tartan and has a wool band, elasticated to make it fit securely and comfortably. The hat is finished off with a pompom.

An ideal Gift for that special person, Originally worn by men. However, women have adopted this hat known as a "Tam" or a "Tammy", thus making it unisex product throughout the world.

* Made in Scotland by Lochcarron of Scotland
* Soft 100% pure new wool
* Ideal for Children
* Elasticated wool band fits any head size
* Comfy, warm and breathable
* One size fits all
* Satin inner lining finish

These tartan tammies makes a great gift which is perfect for brightening up a dull day any outfit.
Pick your favorite tartan from our large selection and growing and match your accessories. Made from 100% pure new wool, you'll enjoy staying warm in this fashion product!

The Tammy History
The Tam o' Shanter is a Scottish bonnet worn by men. However, women have adopted a form of this hat known as a "Tam" or a "Tammy". The hat is usually made of wool and has a toorie (pom-pom) in the centre. It is a flop