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Friday, July 8, 2011

Fez Is More Than A Character On That 70s Show! You Ain't Got A Mid Century Home Bar Until You Got One To Display Or Better Yet...Wear! Status: Doffed At Ya!

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Nothing says hard partyin' like a Shriner fez...just look!  It's hard for Mr. Modtomic to find one that fits his (large size brain) head though.  What's up with small heads and vintage hats?

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These things ain't cheap either! I regularly see them @ $50 and upwards at the antique malls, which is about the only places I've seen them available. I found my pair at relative bargain prices considering. I don't think I paid over $25 each.

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Look at all that rhinestone goodness! Vintage bling.

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Hmmmm...rhinestones and ponytails.

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As you can see this one is a larger size. It actually fits me! Ansar has a few Islamic definitions. I prefer an ancient Babylonian sky god.

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This one isn't as nice as the other. It's a little less detailed. Oh well, beggars can't be choosers. I'll take what I can find!

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It did come with a very nice brooch set though. Wait...rhinestones, ponytails AND brooches? Whatev', let's get a drink and have some fun!

4 comments:

  1. love love LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! fezzes, oh so good. i envy yours!

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  2. Small vintage hats+large modern heads= bane of my existence.

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  3. @monogirl: And don't even get me started on small vintage shoes and my huge modern feet.

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  4. My dad has a plain red fez that he actually bought in the city of Fez.

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