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What Hat Are You Wearing Today ?

GHT

I'll Lock Up
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New Forest
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Heading out for an anniversary dinner in a Resistol.

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Well a very happy anniversary to the two of you, and what an attractive couple you are. In a couple of weeks from now my wife, Tina, and I, will also be celebrating our wedding anniversary. The celebrations started last night when I took her to a wonderful vintage event where a tribute Glenn Miller band were playing. We both enjoyed the night immensely.
"Wear that hat and blazer to church tomorrow, for me," she said, with that enigmatic, disarming smile of her's. She had previously found the website of Gamble & Gunn, who make my hats, and ordered this one for a birthday gift a couple of birthdays ago. The lady found the blazer too, it was on a trader's stall at some vintage festival, now lost in the mists of time.
So, for Tina, and because I like wearing it, her special request: I'm currently enjoying coffee and croissants whilst catching up with The Lounge postings, which makes getting a photo a tad awkward, but I do have a previous photo that will suffice.
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Short Balding Guy

I'll Lock Up
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9,720
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Minnesota, USA
Saturday evening yard escapades completed under the brim of a Knox Twenty.

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A Sunday morning walkabout was enjoyed while wearing a minty Stetson

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I enjoyed my morning coffee under the brim of a Stetson Stratoliner.

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Yard chores under a Stetson stitched brim fedora.

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I started the grill for some breakfast sausages and grilled potatoes. A Stetson in dynamite felt and ribbon hues was my hat chocie for the task.

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Cheers, Eric -
 

wsmontana

A-List Customer
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436
Location
Montana
Lookin' good, Bill!
You two look great! Is it your anniversary? If so, happy day to you!

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Well a very happy anniversary to the two of you, and what an attractive couple you are. In a couple of weeks from now my wife, Tina, and I, will also be celebrating our wedding anniversary. The celebrations started last night when I took her to a wonderful vintage event where a tribute Glenn Miller band were playing. We both enjoyed the night immensely.
"Wear that hat and blazer to church tomorrow, for me," she said, with that enigmatic, disarming smile of her's. She had previously found the website of Gamble & Gunn, who make my hats, and ordered this one for a birthday gift a couple of birthdays ago. The lady found the blazer too, it was on a trader's stall at some vintage festival, now lost in the mists of time.
So, for Tina, and because I like wearing it, her special request: I'm currently enjoying coffee and croissants whilst catching up with The Lounge postings, which makes getting a photo a tad awkward, but I do have a previous photo that will suffice.
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Thanks gentlemen! Much appreciated!
 

Daniele Tanto

I'll Lock Up
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4,157
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Verona - Italia
Day with rain forecast for late afternoon, I have plenty of time to wear a Panizza De Luxe made in the last part of the historical production.
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The hat has all the signs of the decadence of Italian hat making in the late seventies and early eighties.
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The lining is glued and it was a machine-made hat, but the "suede" felt is gorgeous as is the sweatband.
No indication of the color, but it is a classic gray in the panorama of Italian hatters with a "classic" shape of the period with tone-on-tone ribbon.
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Lonely Sunday at home while my daughter Ginevra, helped by Monica, moves from Venezia after six years of life in the lagoon.
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Yes she will move temporarily to Paris, then we'll see.
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Maybe she can help me in finding some hats from times gone by :)
 
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Mighty44

One Too Many
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1,856
Saturday evening yard escapades completed under the brim of a Knox Twenty.

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i-vHW7SdF-M.jpg


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A Sunday morning walkabout was enjoyed while wearing a minty Stetson

i-ZPxxNpt-M.jpg


i-LXxpbH7-M.jpg


i-m53SV5Z-M.jpg


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I enjoyed my morning coffee under the brim of a Stetson Stratoliner.

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i-7V2HTWH-M.jpg


i-SBqVQVJ-M.jpg


Yard chores under a Stetson stitched brim fedora.

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i-Vw6RxRP-M.jpg


i-czbddLv-M.jpg


i-SgtmPcS-M.jpg


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I started the grill for some breakfast sausages and grilled potatoes. A Stetson in dynamite felt and ribbon hues was my hat chocie for the task.

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Cheers, Eric -
Slaying, as always!
 

Daniele Tanto

I'll Lock Up
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4,157
Location
Verona - Italia
Sunday has come around again. Some stellar hats on display by all of you this week. No time to comment on all of them alas. Last week of this rotation.
Mossant in sunshine - Herbert Johnson bowler - Panizza Oro. The personal Daniele podium
This is also a solicitation to change rotation of hats :cool: There is certainly no shortage of material
 

VoodooSan

Practically Family
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807
Location
Caldwell, ID
Sunday has come around again. Some stellar hats on display by all of you this week. No time to comment on all of them alas. Last week of this rotation.

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Mossant (in shade and in sunshine)
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Lock&Co (took the torrential rain with grace)
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Borsalino Gorasgu
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Panizza Oro
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Wow. Another so-hard-to-decide selection. I'm going with the Mossant as #1, the hardy Lock & Co as #2, and the Gorasgu as #3. As always, thank you so much for Sunday sharing!
 

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