Like Mike @Redfokker before you, you run the risk of the church ladies fainting.
A beauty, Max.
Yup, that works! Nice!
The hats of the week. Still much the same selection, but with a few newcomers.
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Barbisio Titan Terranova
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Mossant Castor Hudson
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Thanks, Robert. Some good blues will make you feel better for sure. Fantastic outfit once again.View attachment 502043
The choice of which hat, Stefan, you make more difficult each week. The reason that I have gone with the Morreton is because it's a magnificent hat in the perfect shade of blue that I am hoping to buy from The Hat Centre. The idea being that it will compliment my new blazer, seen here with what was described as navy. I know that I am getting old, but if that's navy....................
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Gentlemen, how fabulous you both look for Sunday service. Many years ago, our priest was in need of some clothing repairs, getting word that my wife, Tina, was handy with a needle and thread he asked her for help.
She worked her magic, he was delighted. Tina wouldn't take a penny, but she has kept the business card that he gave her, on which he wrote. "Present this to St. Peter when you reach The Pearly Gates." Then there's his message to St. Peter. "St. Peter, I beseech thee that thou permit this generous lady entrance, for she hath clothed the naked."
That Borsalino makes my heart skip a beat every time!Good morning hat folks.
Yesterday Afternoon I was out and about in a vtg. minty 30's Borsolino.
This morning I have been out and about in a cool white 30's Brock hat. This was one of the Wolthausen Hat Company fedoras of the 30-40's.
More on the Brock, Wolthausen Hat Co. here; https://www.thefedoralounge.com/threads/brock-hats.91490/
Back home for some coffee wearing a heathered brown beauty.
Cheers, Eric -
Homburgs are the way to go with that kind of weather (or any other kind of weather too). Excellent, Steve.
Steve, you make me tremble. The Homburg, the spectacles and, "the look." You could be my bank manager asking me some very uncomfortable questions when I have gone overdrawn without an overdraft.