The humble sombrero used to just be a way for Mexicans and other Latin American countries to keep the sun off their heads while living in the tropics. Though in recent years it has morphed into very popular costume accessories. You see it showing up at Day of the Dead parades, Mariachi costumes and more. Though this feisty Sombrero with red pom poms was designed for more festive occasions like Cinco De Mayo.
Historically, Cinco de Mayo is an annual celebration held on May 5, which commemorates the anniversary of Mexico's victory over the French Empire at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Culturally, it is a fun excuse to celebrate by shoving a slice of lime into a long-neck cerveza. If a little bit of dancing breaks out along the way, you can do so with style and flair wearing this Sombrero. The red pom poms will dance with you as you do!