Mongolian hat is a primary representation of one’s social status and is the most respected of the traditional clothing items. The toortsog, loovuuz, and four-lugged shovgor hats are a few of the more than 200 different kinds of hats. Those are used by the Mongolians in accordance with various customs. Hats are classified by the season as well as the wearer’s age and gender.
Mongolian hats are also classified by the shape and design of their top, such as the “skullcap,” “helmet,” and “flag.” Generally, the Mongolian hat has a pointed or domed top with red tassels, and a downward line of stitches resembling rays of the sun. It can vary in number and other features by ethnic group. The hat symbolizes eternal prosperity of Mongolia in the world. Various furs and skins are sometimes attached to different parts of Mongolian hats depending on their purpose and style.
The Buryats use the “sublimation” tapered cap. The front of the lettuce is designed to fit the longitudinal and the tails of the glass to fit the glass. In the cooling season, the jacket is worn in the cap and put it in warmth.
The elbows of Marge were eleven rows of vertical walls, the number of eleven poisons, and eight wolves (eight tribes), and they were like the Mountains, the Sunflowers, the flames, and the wick. The Mongolian hat is rounded from the top to the four corners of the eight eyelids. In addition, there are hat types, such as octopus, hat, cap hat with headphones, short hair hat.
The men and women wear different Mongolian hats such as eyebrows, masks, tops, whistles, and dyes. The most common of these are “Halban” hat. The helmet was red, colored with 32 wigs, with a crown of blue, with a small mosque, with both sides rubbed with cheek, whip, beaver and black velvet.
The women wear worn hats or mugs in winter or summer. That means the tip is flat and round. It has a round blue tip, 64 beams wrapped, rounded in red on top, with silver on it, with a coral or red cloth.