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  • Time for a new hat. Post what you've got and what you'd like. Pics, links and whatnot.

  • i eigther want this

    or that:

    but i suggest to get this one, cause its most aero

  • I am in need of nice brimmed hat but do not wish to look like a trendy prick. I saw a lovely one in Liberty's last year that I regret not purchasing.

    Does anyone here have a particular interest in gentlemanly headwear? I'm sure there are as I'm often mesmerised by dirge of off-topic nerdiness seen on these pages.

    Please no cuntish 'comedy' pictures of American Indian headdresses, fezzes or Napoleonic garb if you please :-)

  • I am a bit partial to a hat, sounds like you might be after a fedora, I like a cap or a pork pie myself
    http://www.lockhatters.co.uk/historyhats­.aspx

  • I'd quite like one of these for the Spring

  • Homburg or panama?

  • "dirge" doesn't mean what you appear to think it means.
    Very hard to wear any kind of 'formal' hat without looking a like a poseur. Or Geoffrey Boycott. Good luck with it.

  • HTH

  • ...or Joey Jeremiah from Degrassi Junior High.

    WAC

  • ...or Joey Jeremiah from Degrassi Junior High.

    WAC

    WTF are you on about?

  • i love my

    stetson aripeka in genuine toyo - whatever that is

  • "dirge" doesn't mean what you appear to think it means.
    Very hard to wear any kind of 'formal' hat without looking a like a poseur. Or Geoffrey Boycott. Good luck with it.

    I meant a long, drawn out, soul draining noise and was being a bit facetious. Otherwise thanks for a useful response (I think I probably agree with you on hats).

  • HTH

    Hat-Themed Humour?

  • Hope This Helps.. but I like your version better. :)

  • I am in need of nice brimmed hat but do not wish to look like a trendy prick.

    sorry, this isnt possible.

  • sorry, this isnt possible.

    I think you're right but it's real shame it's come to that. There must be some hats that sidestep such cunthardy associations? I do tend to walk into hipster clichés without realising though. Case in point (note also the Swatch and Ray-Bans, urgh), although I do think this hat is more medieval village idiot than Nathan Barley:

    (My girlfriend's hat by the way)

  • I think you're right but it's real shame it's come to that. There must be some hats that sidestep such cunthardy associations? I do tend to walk into hipster clichés without realising though. Case in point (note also the Swatch and Ray-Bans, urgh), although I do think this hat is more medieval village idiot than Nathan Barley:

    (My girlfriend's hat by the way)

    Is that your "girlfriend" wearing the hat? ;p

  • swatches are hipster?

  • So RPM tells me... I just thought they were basic.

  • The trouble is that as so few people wear structured hats these days, the presumption is that anybody under about 50 who does is making some kind of statement. My personal preference is for an oiled leather outback style for practical day to day wear and a 6X Beaver Stetson for more formal occasions, but as I pair either of those with a Utilikilt all bets are off.

    Realistically, the only way you're going to get away with a hat is to make sure it properly matches the rest of your attire:

    Bowler - pinstripe, furled umbrella
    Trilby - sharp threads
    Homburg - classic wool 3-piece suit and coat
    Panama - blazer and flannels
    Top hat - tails
    etc.

  • You're very right there, except for the part about the Utilikilt, which is very wrong...


  • Straw hat - camouflaged t-shirt & shorts (as demonstrated by my 6 yr old Joe)


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