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Discussion in 'Hats' started by AbbaDatDeHat, Sep 18, 2018.
Green Pilleus from Czech Republic...
Beyond spectacular spread this week. Those Borsalinos and the barbisio especially!
QUOTE="steur, post: 2874082, member: 36136"]Last week in hats (and mostly rain). Let's see.
Borsalino for Bubani
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Borsalino Farotto Malva
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Portis New Slant
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Feinste Haar Velour
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Mayser for Seidl
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J. Heinrich ITA
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Had to work today completing a seven work day week - this one was fun, though as I took a bunch of students to the finals of an English speech contest. Seven of the thirteen finalists were from my school. We got second place - our best result to date. I actually thought one of our unplaced students was the best of the lot, but it is what it is. I decided to wear something a little nicer than I usually wear to work. I went with my Hückel.
Continuing the small brim theme for the weekend with this Berg. It has a very familiar “Kasmir finish” stamp on the sweatband.
Good morning folks. It was a cap time early morning in my neighborhood in Minnesota, USA. Dog soirre, snow removal and yard chores in a cap before the sun rose. Gusty winds and a small amount of snow find me able to wear a hat only in the shelter of my property. A Stetson Playboy for a cup of coffee for a morning walkabout.
I dropped my wife at the airport while wearing a Stetson Open Road.
Cheers, Eric -
Congrats on the outfit, Hückel, and the silver medal, Gary.
The perfect look for that wonderful steam train, sir. Glad to see the trip cheered the missus up a bit. Hope she's feeling better soon.
Thank you, Robert. The pose came about when I was trying to get a better view of the hats (instead of my face) for the photo. This kind of worked, but my face is still in the shot
Wish Tina well from me. I have some experience with a trapped nerve and that radiating pain and numbness is no joke.
And I forgot to mention that you both look splendid as always in that cool train-setting.
Nice shape to it, Marcel.
Thank you. Much appreciated.
Very nice, Gary and congrats on the results!
some great ones in there Stefan. The Portis New Slant, the brim stitching on the Farotto Malva as well as the Mauser and Barbisio really catch my eye. And the Leica… I imagine takes a great photo
Looks like a wonderful time. I hope she gets to feeling better
Looking sharp Gary. Congratulations on the competition
Lovely green Marcel.
Beautiful color on that on Bob.
What more can we say? Except that rain and gray ruin the colors of some of the hats, they still remain a weekly batch of the highest quality
Love them all, Stefan. I'm particularly drawn to the wide ribbon on the Borsalino for Bubani. The stitching on the brim of the Farroto Malva is also very eye catching. A high quality Barbisio is always one to enjoy, too. The Egeo seems to fit that bracket.
Can't wait for next Sunday
It's tack sharp, that's for sure! Thanks, Joe.
Thanks, Daniele. A little ray of sunshine now and again would improve the mood (and the look of the hats).
Thank you, Steve. Who knows what next week will bring?
Thank you all for your kind well wishes, I passed the messages on only to be told: "Don't go telling the world about my small problem, Robert." However, the lady said it with a smile.
We do enjoy heritage railways and dressing up is part and parcel to the experience. This photo of Tina was taken just before the pandemic broke, it was taken at another railway. The black & white sepia lends itself to the era.
Her hat, not easily defined in this shot, is actually an old trilby of mine, one that I just couldn't love. She removed the ribbon, steamed it and remodelled it to wear more like a fascinator and a rather good job she made of it.