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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
That’s one of the more beautiful hats I’ve seen recently, Daniele. Everything just works together.
Thanks Joe, the man who every day has a beautiful new hat
Perry thanks, your Royal De Luxe is a beauty and out of the same finishing style
Dave thanks, congratulations for the abundant dishes that you show us.
I would have some culinary notes.. meanwhile congratulations for your hats
Thanks Marcel, your black Stetson made in EU is fantastic!
Thanks Brent, but your heather Dobbs West is no less
I had two "Icaro" both used, one I sold because too tight and the other is unusable and does not deserve to be restored, too eaten by moths. The model is still present in the Borsalino catalogue and the price is in the medium high range. The felt of both those in my possession was extremely light and very malleable. It is a hat in the tradition of those to wear with medium temperatures, built in the tradition of impalpable Borsalino felt, light as a straw hat.
That is fabulous Brent
Haha. Sometimes it seems as so.
Just messing around with this 40s Nutria Quality and old horsehair band.
Great Hornskov! Love the ribbon treatment.
What are you smoking today?
Nice messing around, Mike.
Today it was an aromatic, Peterson Luxury blend from 2015 in a cheap mr. Brog pipe.
A couple of head-turners there. Love them both.
On second thoughts, if you, @Steve1857 and anyone else could continue to throw the compliments at Etsuko when she wears her Hornskov, it would be much appreciated. It’s got her keen to get another one, and if she gets one, you know who else is getting one!
Get those new Hornskovs. You look good, Etsuko-san looks good, better even. It's win win for both of you, Gary
Looks great, Brent. You should get yourself a nice straw in that same configuration.
Taking the car to the shop in my grey Stratoliner. (Sorry for the poor picture.)
Thanks. Except for some ink smearing on the linter tip it is pretty cherry.
Thanks Joe. That was a nice looking Mallory you had on yesterday.
A German velour for my walk on a misty afternoon.
DSCN8088 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
DSCN8086 crop by Michael A2012, on Flickr
3-23-2021 Today's Clothes by Michael A2012, on Flickr
and some early spring sign
DSCN8083 by Michael A2012, on Flickr
Have a good evening,
Home Run Thanks
I have been away from here so long I like how you all sprung into action with good knowledge