In recent years, styles of hats have once again started to become popular, showing up in popular culture, and on the heads of fashion models. Even where I live, I see hipster-type people wearing flat caps or fedoras, but mostly the extremely short-brimmed trilbies. However, as it has been said before, this new bastion of hat-wearers don them for the look alone, and do not follow the stated hat etiquette of the Golden Era. It irritates me immensely to see these cads wearing their hats in restaurants, the homes of others, and churches, where they should be promptly removed. I have been a hat wearer for almost a year now, and pay careful attention to these rules, always removing my cap in the above situations, as well as when introducing myself to a lady. While I am very happy to see some styles of the past seeping back into the modern world, it does come with a cost. So, Fedora Lounge, what do you think? Would you rather see men's hats make a comeback at the price of proper etiquette being ignored, or have them stay dormant? I apologize if this question has been asked before, but my searches have brought up no similar threads, so I went ahead and started one myself.