I saw a guy at the library yesterday. He had gray hair and was there with his kids but still dressed as a hipster. He had one of those cloth, stingy, trilby type hats and was wearing it backward. I had nothing to photograph him with or there would be a picture to accompany this story. How can an adult person look at a hat and not know which side is the front?
They could be ocularly challenged too.
Ummmmm, James doesn't that picture belong in the "What I drank last night" thread?
The Gray Owl coffee house in Norman Oklahoma is SOOOOOOO hip, that I can't go in again. The Software guy I used to work with, from Pakistan and Chicago, really wasn't quite cool enough to be in there. Next time I go, I'm wearing either full cowboy, or hunting camouflage.
...But what I'm getting at is that your competition will appreciate the piece they find as much as you will.
It will be back at home so to speak. And not Ironically worn. That then becomes the true death of the piece.