What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.

  1. Tukwila

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    Been teleworking, but had to drive into the office today as the software needed is not available on my remote connection. RAIN!

    Knox 15 for the trip:
     

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  2. steur

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    Fabulous, Steve. The liner is indeed fantastic and a hat in a quarter size as well.
     
  3. steur

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    Great hat, Fabio. Classic style.

    Very nice, perry. Black hats matter and we don't see all that many black Stetsons.

    Thanks, Tim. More goodies to come for sure.

    Works for me. Don't drop the standards, Alan.

    Thanks, Michael. Some woolfelts deserve their place in the limelight.

    Very nice, Tim, and very kind of Randy (but he's that kind of a guy).

    It may have lost its spot to the Idorsca, but still firmly in the top ten, Michael. Great outfit as well.
     
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  4. steur

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    A twisted bow knot; a favourite. The hat's a favourite too. Gorgeous hat, Doug.
     
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  5. steur

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    Day three of French week. Don't want to end up with leftovers (not a French thing to do), so a two hat day.
    Tirard homburg (or 'diplomatique') in "bleu de nuit" (night blue).
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    And Super Fléchet Marquis (from overwelt to raw edge to its current bound brim)
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  6. Short Balding Guy

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    Duck your head is what I have been trained to do. I need to duck my hat! My morning jaunt found me out in in a Knox Vagabond. Lovely unlined hat that takes a crease with barely any nudging. My hat was re-creased during my jaunt thru the woods.

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    Post lunch escapade was done wearing my Stetson Stratoliner (cadet blue).

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    Home and cooling off with a spot of tea. A Monsavais Cap was comfy as I have been watching the birds at the feeders.

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    Be safe, be strong and see you on the streets soon, Eric -
     
  7. Short Balding Guy

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    Glorious pairing. Thanks for sharing.

    Love your glorious black OR!

    Your hat is sty'n and certainly up to the task. Back to you-be safe.

    I appreciate the sculptural leaves and hues of a Japanese Maple. In my neighborhood it would have to be in a protected southern exposure with great drainage. Not going to happen for me. I will appreciate yours and others. Happy Earth Day.

    Lovely Earth Day hues.

    Congrats on having the ability to telecommute. Be safe in your Knox.

    I am gaining a lot more appreciation for the French skills and contribution to hats via your posts. I look forward to seeing the "French Connection." Thanks for sharing.
     
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  8. Steve1857

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    Thank you, Eric. So kind of you.

     
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  9. Steve1857

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    Thank you, Joe :)

     
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  10. Short Balding Guy

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    Tuesday eagle roost update: The eagles were more visable and active this morning. I went early (before 7:30am) and without humans/dogs and other disturbng influences I got to see them hunting and adding to the ungainly structure perched very high up. On a side note, on the way home I amost yelled to the pigpens to maintain social distancing.

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    I will have to remind myself to carry a better camera soon so that I can get something other than small dots in a large pic background.

    The local wildlife is going about a "normal" dry spring routine. Reassuring in the morning.

    Eric -
     
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  11. Thanks Stefan. I've been lucky to acquire a few black Stetsons to my collection.


    Thanks Eric. I like your pic of roosting Eagles. I do not see many in our area, but many hawks out and about.
     
  12. Blare

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  13. AbbaDatDeHat

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    Glad to see you’re well in The City Alan.
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  14. AbbaDatDeHat

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    Even wet still a favorite Doug.
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  15. AbbaDatDeHat

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    Thanks
    Amazing!!
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  16. Blare

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    Thanks Stefan.l. Not sure exactly what you are referring.. the stitching?
     
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  17. Blare

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    Incredible blue Eric
     
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  18. Blare

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    Excellent selections today Stefan
     
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  19. mayserwegener

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    Stefan, Thank you! So many great French Hats from you this week! Keep them coming!
     
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  20. steur

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    Thanks, Eric. More good ones to come. Hope the Vagabond came away unscathed. Excellent as always.

    I am referring to the stitching, yes. In the pics the stitching looks very dominant, but I've been wearing a similar hat and found that even at a short distance it isn't all that noticeable anymore. "Merci" for the likes on the French contributions of today.

    Thank you, Steve. Some more good ones on their way.
     
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