I never feel fully dressed without a hat.
Over the years I have come to adopt the Trilby type hat. Perhaps a tad formal, but it feels right.
What kind of hats do you folks prefer.....
I can tell a lot about a person based on the hat they choose to wear.
Long live the Trilby...........
And no, that's not me in the picture.
My hat is grey....
perhaps a modified Trilby...........
It is a type of fedora I suppose...
Below is a German adaption of the hat.
Now this fedora adaption hat, you would never catch me dead in.............
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I'm waiting for the top hat to make a comeback.... tick, tick, tick...
There are few problems in life that cannot be solved with toast.
One of them, however, is opening a can of corned beef with that stupid key. This cannot easily be done at the best of times, and toast is of surprisingly little use in resolving the issue.
Here's a hat you and PB can share.
^ I have one of those JD....
Fashionable only in the extreme cold though.
What kind of hat do you sport jonny?
Perhaps this wouldn't be too far off the mark
Mine has a Canadian flag on it. Why wouldn't I want to associate myself with the greatest country on earth?
I was hoping for this thread to be a bit more serious...................
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I want to rub my face in her fur.
This is how I imagine Russ and his hat, the cheesehead
Another good thread bites the dust.
That's very fashionable by the way PB.
And in black. Excellent.
You're obviously a lady of fine taste PB.
But that top flap will unbutton and come right down.
And of course, I'd be honoured to share that hat with you any time and in any place PB.
Any more contributions?
I only wear hats when I am going to be outdoors in the Sun for more than a few hours. If it's around town then I wear a baseball cap. If it's out in the wilderness then I have a cheap worn floppy brimmed hat that I bought for $3 about 15 years ago. Seeing as my future career will involve my spending much more time out in the field doing geologic surveys and visiting mining sites I will be buying one of these.
The Lawson Akubra. $140.
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