There's a Lounger, Manfred, who wore a Homburg once with casual attire and a brown leather bomber jacket. I was surprised at how casual and versatile they can be.Thanks Terry.
It's kind of you to say, but man o' man...
there be a lot of fantastic, enthusiastic regular homburglers
on the Lounge nowadays.
Very different from a couple of years ago...
AND IT'S GREAT!!!!
Me a king???
I think not...
I am but a vassal in the empire benevolently ruled over by
@Daniele Tanto , @mayserwegener
P. & C. Habig Wien "Special Zefir"
At one of the schools where I teach, today is Fashion Friday. So I decided to dress to the nines. The Fedora is a 1941 Borsalino, the suit is a Magnoli custom 1930's era, italian wingtip short boots, gold and ruby tie pin, and even Boker pocket knife from the mid forties.
Bob, European felts in their texture, color and finish are different from those normally used in the United States.Your European hat dyes are killing me.
Yeah...There's a Lounger, Manfred, who wore a Homburg once with casual attire and a brown leather bomber jacket. I was surprised at how casual and versatile they can be.
Wearing the Stetson No.1 that Michael R. gifted me. Since I was going western I also wore cowboy boots. It was too windy to do Bama's hat on leg shot so I went this way. Can anyone recommend a good chiropractor?