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That section states that the House can adopt its own procedural rules -- and "ordinarily the House adopts the rules of the prior Congress but with various amendments." So it appears that the House in January could adopt a new rule -- say, allowing all hats or dress hats.
In 1837 the parliamentary practice of wearing hats during the session was abolished by adoption of current clause 5 of rule XV11." A document from 1907 in the same link above, sheds more light: we turned to "Hinds' precedents of the House of Representatives of the United States" written by Asher Hinds who was the clerk to the speaker.
That document states that the hat rule was "the fruit of considerable agitation.
So far, Wilson is correct: the House ban dates back to the 1800s.
But she also said in the interview that she thought that the House speaker could waive the rule.
2, 2010, to represent portions of Miami-Dade and Broward counties, her fashion statement ran afoul of the rules. 17 posting in Naked Politics, a blog by the : "Wilson is hoping to have a conversation with the likely new speaker, John Boehner. Some people wear wigs, or high heel shoes or big earrings or pins.