Thanks, Joe. I think it is a bit older. T&W Lees did keep this colour around for a while though.Oooh. Another fabulous liner... this one a bit older than the last? The color of the hat is fantastic too
Thank you, Eric. Your hats and caps are always an inspiration.Your warm weather has you and the modern hemp Strat looking sharp.
Lovely hat and great brim dimensions for you. Cheers to #16.
Good to see your post. Glad you are safe and well. The Optimo makes my heart flutter when you post it. Love the glorious hued felt.
You have skills man! I will have to work on a couple of liners today using your recipe. Cheers.
Steve your Janyška Velour is very special. In a bit I am going back to see your post with the seal and other velours on the Comparison thread. Love this Czechoslovakian fedora. Classy and different.
Campdrafts are make for walking and adventures. You look sharp.
Thanks for posting. I look forward to seeing your neighborhoods dreamy landscapes and scenery. Your 70's Stetson is the perfect felt hue for your crawl.
Oh yes! Glorious contrast thin ribbon Perry. More VS fedoras need to be worn and showcased.
You do look sharp in a cap.
Evening festivities were complimented with your grand green fedora. Thanks for sharing.
I am enjoying English week. Bully!
Thanks to all for sharing. Viewing this thread is a dynamite healthy distraction for me that pulls my mental energies from the tragic pandemic we are all experiencing. Be safe, be strong and see you on the streets soon, Eric -
Cool Whippet, Michael. To avoid avalanches abstain from yodeling...Hmm, what is the date?
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Stetson Whippet out braving the avalanches.
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4-17-2020 Today's Clothes by Michael A2012, on Flickr
Have a good Friday,
Thank you, Tim. One black homburg just isn't enough.Man, another great looking T&W Lees Stefan ! Nice Homburg too.
She might be posting for herself here in the future; quality hats are bound to have an effect. Good to see you and the Woodrow, Steve. Like the Battersby another example of fine English hatmaking.My long haired English Woodrow today. That's my youngest daughter intentionally photo-bombing behind me. She thinks my hat selfies are a hoot
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Very nice, Tim.A Champ stingy today. While researching the store it was sold from a ran across a little pocketknife on ebay with their name on it. Had to have it. It seems back in the day Belk would partner with local merchants to open stores, hence the Belk-Broome name:
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