Well, I am pleased to share with you a new hatmaker story. I happened to be in Boston, and since my olde tricorn hat needed some shaping up, I sought out the famous Goorin Brothers Hat Shop on Newbury Street, where they were nice enough to make some minor adjustments to it, so that the hat would be more comfortable when I needed to wear it for longer periods of time, such as at upcoming Fourth of July celebrations. Their expertise is unparalleled — they are not only renowned haberdashers, they are also magicians!
Some might say the adjustments were needed because I was getting a "swelled head" (is that how you say it in this modern 21st century?) over all the attention I've been getting on this thing called the internet. Actually, the truth is, after that fall my statue suffered recently at Boston's Old City Hall park, I think I've been having sympathy pains for my injured likeness. Not only was that a pain in the neck, it was also a giant headache, too! Hence, the need to get some more breathing room in my old tricorn hat.
By the way, tricorn hats may not be your favorite fashion -- but if you're interested in any other types of today's most stylish headgear — for men or women — you'll definitely want to pay a visit to Goorin Brothers at 130 Newbury Street in Boston. They'll treat you very well!
Your humble servant,