What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

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

  1. Nice Biltmore today, Reggie. They made some nice hats before Bollman took over the name.

    I have neither a cape nor a cloak, and I can already see my wife laughing in my mind’s eye. :) All the more reason the find one: we can use more laughter.
     
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  2. Michael A

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    Given that the holiday entertaining season is upcoming I suggest an opera cape. Should play well with your tux or tails.

    Michael
     
  3. Blare

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    Fantastic hat Randall
     
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    Thanks, Joe.
     
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    thanks Stefan. A lot to love about this one.

    well probably for the best. Nothing should last that long. LOL
     
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    LOL! Yep, my wife too! Thanks.

    Thanks, Joe. Time for it to go.
     
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    Today's weather found me in a cap for the afternoon/evening.

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    Cheers, Eric -
     

  9. I’ve been a happy independent voter for over a decade now. I don’t feel obligated to defend the antics of any of the crazies no matter the brand.

    I’ve never had an election where I’ve been so torn with internal conflicts. I’m more than a little terrified of the extremes on both sides. I do hope that we see record turnouts for voting. I don’t know that a blue homburg will be enough to assuage my fears but I’m willing to give it a try.
     
  10. Daniele Tanto

    Daniele Tanto My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Today the anti Covid rules are tightened, so there will be a little more masking
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    For my walk to my office I chose a French hat from the 1930s
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    Thibet size 59 in blue color. Felt is a blend of wool and fur. It is very firm and even foldable without steam
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    Without lining, it has only a small sticker from the headwear of A. Meer from Strasbourg. The dimensions are impressive and very good for a suit with jacket and coat.
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    Thanks for the likes of the last week!
    Have a nice day
     
  11. the_imperialist

    the_imperialist One of the Regulars

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    That's a beautiful hat Daniele - both in terms of colour and as you said, proportion. Goes well with your ensemble of the day (mask included)! Stay safe and wear your many wonderful hats in good health!
     
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    1950s Edwards Chicago
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  15. Short Balding Guy

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    This morning I chose to wear a 1930's Kennsington fedora.

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    This is a fine example of details matter. The frayed bow and the gorgeous liner are examples of the care that went into men's hats by this Canadian manufacturer.

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    Yes the ribbon and crown need some steam. I have quite a few hats lined up ready for steam this morning.

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    Cheers this morning. Be safe, be strong and see you on the streets post pandemic, Eric -
     
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    Thanks Perry. It's my favorite. And the weather finely is agreeable with wearing it. It's heavy.

    Great looking Whippet for you today. Is that a vintage or modern?

    Thanks,
    Michael
     
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    Screenshot_20201020-112251_Gallery.jpg Screenshot_20201020-112308_Gallery.jpg Sunbathing in Juan Carlos' porch. MacLachlan Golden Beaver Hundred. It turned out to be almost my size. Just wearing it for an hour has made it adapt to my head a little. A week on a custom band block should do it.
    It is very dirty, though, so I am going to give it a naphta bath and condition the sweatband with Lexol today, and will post pics this afternoon.
    I have an immaculate identical liner from another MacLachlan, so I will ask Ignacio to transplant later.
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  19. Blare

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    Congratulations Max!
     
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