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Discussion in 'Hats' started by NonEntity, Jan 26, 2008.
Ha, the photo is not of me and the sweater ain't mine... Sorry.
No worries! And I just ordered a Kangol beret from your site...
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It is such a relief that beret wearing weather has returned. Our atypically ultra hot summer in UK this year was not conducive! Here I am enjoying the cooler Autumn last month in my Denim BA from Daan.
Spent the day with my daughter at Montsalvat located in Eltham Victoria which is Australia’s oldest continuously active artists community.
Wearing my go-to beret the B.A in Bordeaux.
Nice! But why is she not wearing a beret pray? She’s an artist!
Not on this outing. Pleased to say she did wear her red Laulhere the next day.
Morning coffee at the National Gallery of Australia (NGA).
Wearing my black Laulhere.
Looking great as always in your berét's Nico.
Loved my cotton beréts while in North Africa for the last two weeks.
Sensational photos @Humanfactor.
dogs and berets, happiness.... the Bérets garnis cuir - Boneteria Auloronesa 10p size 61:
At work trying to find a solution to a problem. No worries, my thinking beret Elósegui Super Lujo saved the day.
Celebrating our 20th wedding anniversary last week, we spent 5 days walking, climbing and cycling in Central Otago - an incredible luxury, first time being away from the kids for longer than 2 nights in almost 20 years!
A stunningly beautiful land; NZ's coldest winters/hottest summers; empty, rugged terrain; high mountains; clear fast flowing rivers; old goldfields and hidden ghost towns.
Berets taken along were my old time favourite Elósegui Super Lujo (khaki); a Tarte Alpin and, the local saying "4 seasons in a day" in mind, a cotton Tolosa Guarda Pampa.
Cycling the Otago Rail Trail, reluctantly wearing a fluorescent bright green cycle helmet, I had a rather unpleasant (and painful) encounter with a magpie - had I worn my beret, I'm sure nothing would have happened.
And in the most unlikely place to meet a colleague bonetaire, I had the enormous pleasure to meet Bod Ldeberry; a self proclaimed old hippie who has been living in his small mud-brick cottage for more than 3 decades, planting trees, daffodils and making felt berets! We actually share a few more similarities than berets...
By coincidence, we came across the birthplace and childhood family home of one of my heroes (and fellow beret wearer): Doug Jolly. A great man who got very little recognition for what he has done during his lifetime (and only recently rectified).
To share my love of the 'tarte' and the (Southern) Alps, for the first time ever, the Boneteria Aotearoa Grand Foulards Alpins are on SPECIAL!
The best of the best, Chasseurs Alpins berets in the most comfortable, highest quality version available.
For the remainder of this week only, as long as stock lasts, from $95.00 @ $72.50!
Dann, an amazing trip with amazing people and photos.
Bod, the simple living hippie, is someone I want to emulate.
Just got my Chyldish 31.5cm berets today.
Airmail from NZ to Oregon is 10 days.
I got a russet (deep maroon) and an indigo.
The berets are a nice mid weight for the fall.
The russet is a very dark wine color and
the indigo is the color of newly washed jeans.
How did Childish become Chyldish?
Today, the New York Times had an article on fashion and personal style in Tokyo, and by my count, there were four berets depicted (three on women and one on a man). No doubt there are many more to be seen on the streets of Toyko. Excellent!
Fall in New England, time for my BA beréts!
Last night I watched the 3rd film in the cycle of Belle & Sebastian films (or better said, the remake of the original 1960's version in black&white that I watched during my childhood).
The 3rd sequence is, as so typical for sequences, a bit dragged out and predictable, but the stunning scenery of the French Alps Maritime (and a great number of berets!) easily make up for that.
César, Sebastian's foster grandfather, is a great role-model for "tartes Chasseurs Alpins", donning what I believe to be an Auloronesa in brown (as per the screenshots above and below).
The Belle & Sebastian adventure began in 2013 when six-year-old Sebastian and his dog Belle (a Great Pyrenean Shepherd) sought to foil a Nazi attempt to capture French resistance fighters. As the name suggests, such an incredible friendship between boy and beast continues in this third installment of the film series, Belle & Sebastian, Friends for Life.
Picking up where its predecessor left off, Sebastian (Félix Bossuet) is now aged 12, and has decided not to follow his father and Angelina to Canada, choosing instead to remain in the French Alps with César (Tchéky Karyo) to watch over Belle who’s now become mother to three beautiful pups.
When a stranger arrives claiming to be Belle’s rightful owner, Sebastian finds himself in a position where he must protect his best friend and her little ones.
One detail in the film I really enjoyed seeing, was the shot of the village school's corridor. Not just the typical hooks for coats against the wall, but double hooks, so that the beret can hang on top over the coat!
And to "celebrate" children's berets (one can't start young enough, especially in these times), this week on Special the Le Petit QuiOui berets; 11 colours and only $27.50 (as long as stock lasts).
Mind, these berets suit and fit any adult with a liking of small diameter berets too!
Liking the colour of that russet so much i ordered one too! like I need another beret..... ;-)