Discussion in 'Hats' started by AlanC, Jun 21, 2007.
I'm inspired by this post, on a Sunday eating toast, with my hat and robe. Poetic!
Thanks guys, i bought paint before i went on holidays, just looked, it'll be cornflower blue before winter. Now to find a matching hat...
thanks samuel, enjoy your toast.
Third photo showing the crease looks like a hat fashion shoot shot, great hat.
Wearing my vintage Dixie Grey Stratoliner and blue robe in this lazy Sunday morn.
Went to Cliveden House, west of London today. Waldorf Astor bought and renovated it in 1895. I guess he was the equivalent of today's billionaires.
No name straw for me and my wife.
She wants to reshape it... hmmm, she has been asking a lot of questions about hats recently... she mentioned a cloche hat she likes... this may be good news for my hat buying budget!
Thanks Red. I got that coat at the city rummage. Sadly, lacking the matching pants. The brim on this one is spot on 2 1/2".
I like that hat Esther. A lot.
Thank you sir.
Great photos Windsock8e. But to me it sounds decidedly bad for you hat budget. Even if the total budget increases you will now be getting only every other hat.
Glad to hear it was a hit! She definitely is a looker! Very sharp sir
Stunning! Great photo and hat!
Prepared for anything in my offshore Sou'Wester!
Love your fish sticks.
Sent directly from my mind to yours.
Don't let your wife discover Esther or you'll find her with her own creations!
You need more panache!
Huntin' 'schrooms in a Stratton Lawman. All I found was this Bluejay feather.
Peter Brother's Milan Hemp.
Now that's a hat!!! Looking tops today Bob!
Thanks Jer. Brim is 3 inches and crown is creased at about 5 and 3/4 inches at sides.
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