The Hattress is one of Alice's costumes available as DLC for Alice: Madness Returns, inspired by the Mad Hatter. The in-game effect of this costume is that Alice loses Teeth instead of health when attacks land on her.
Like Hatter, Alice wears a type of white straight jacket with black straps, but it has been fashioned with a skirt. His gold mechanical arm is seen replacing her own left one, and she also wears green stockings to simulate the Hatter's skin. She also wears white gloves, black boots, and a smaller version of Hatter's black and white checkered top-hat with astrological symbols. The bow on the back of the dress has been replaced with cog-pieces, similar to the Steamdress. It also appears, in this outfit, she has taken to the Hatter's preference about her hair getting cut as well, because her locks have been trimmed into a crop. This dress changes Alice's eyes to a copper color with a gear spinning around each iris. The dress is marked with a small symbol of Mercury (the element which drove Hatter mad).
Hollow Yves also takes the form of a bow, but this time is much more stereotypical and similar to a classic bow. The skull is replaced with what appears to be a green light (which doesn't appear to light up, but has the appearance of glass) that is surrounded by a yellow/bronze metal border. The bow is similar to steampunk "bat" wings which stick out on either side of the "light." They are fairly torn and worn.
- Mercury - symbol for the planet Mercury; represents a winged helmet and caduceus (in astronomical terms) and means "Mind poised over divine spirit and matter." Mercury is associated with the alchemical element Mercury as well. It could also represent the Roman god of commerce, thievery, eloquence and science. It could also mean "a messenger." Identified with the Greek god Hermes.
- Saturn - symbol for the planet Saturn; represents a sickle or scythe (in astronomical terms) and means "Matter taking precedence over mind or human spirit." Saturn is associated with the alchemical element Lead as well. It could also represent the Roman god of agriculture (the consort of Ops), and was believed to have ruled the Earth during an age of happiness and virtue. Identified with the Greek god Cronus.