Lewis Caroll wrote Alice's Adventures In Wonderland and Through The Looking Glass. These two novels fell under the theme of nonsense literature, where authors began putting a play on words, expressing their imaginations, and creating memorable characters with distinct personality. The Mad Hatter is no exception to this genre. He made its first appearance when he and the March Hare tried to sing for the Queen of Hearts-she then sentenced him to become decapitated! Getting in trouble with the law, having pompous riddles, and bright orange hair are all things that stand out when thinking about a Mad Hatter costume.

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Five Facts: Mad Hatter [Infographic]

Whether you're a fan of the Lewis Carroll original or the famous Disney iteration, Alice in Wonderland is a tale that many hold near and dear to their hearts. While Alice is the title character, though, there's one character who seems to be the life of every unbirthday party. The Mad Hatter has been a household name for years, and now you can learn even more about the character with this Mad Hatter Infographic.

Five Facts: Alice in Wonderland [Infographic]

You better be well-read if you're looking to attend an unbirthday party anytime soon. If you don't have the time to peddle through all of Lewis Carroll's adventures in Wonderland, use Costume SuperCenter's Alice Infographic. With this, you'll be mad as a hatter and at least a little bit less curious than Alice was after her first steps through the looking glass.

You can't miss the big curly burnt orange hair-or the oversized top hat. Hatta, was made popular by a few other appearances too. The fun thing about dressing like this character is that it captures both fun and whimsical as well as awkward and creepy.

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