Oh lord, I was afraid Jeeves would take against that hat. Now we’re in for a clash of wills … he’s such an old sticker for the rules of current dress in public for me. If I ever want to cut a dash and sport a little something in keeping with advanced modern thought, Jeeves turns cold and disapproving and I eventually wilt and let him have his way. But dammit, the Alpine hat will stay!
– Bertie Wooster, 1930s man-about-London Town and fictional character of P.G. Wodehouse. (Quote from the novel Stiff Upper Lip, Jeeves.)