Tracht is the term which describes the traditional German styles of clothing, accessories and even hair styles or beards. It includes things like the dirndl (apron dress) for women and lederhosen (leather pants) for men. The men’s attire is often finished off by a traditional German hat. The brimmed hats — often called Tyrolean, Bavarian or Alpine hats — are usually made of felt or wool and are commonly grey, black or green in color. They may have a colored, corded hatband and a spray of flowers or feathers at the side of the crown. Many people decorate their hats with various accessories, such as feathers, boar’s hair, Edelweiss pins with feathers, or other assorted hat pins. As with most German hats, the hat is worn one size smaller than the individual’s actual hat size, so it sits on the head rather than over it.