Here's the face:

And this is one hat that didn't work with it.  Made me look like an Amish farmer.  (Unfortunate combination of flat brim and major beard, which I intend to keep growing.)

I want something to keep the rain off and the heat in on days when my olive-drab oilskin trench coat is appropriate; or to wear with denim jacket and jeans.  I'm unlikely to be wearing it with anything like a suit.  

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Okay, I love the hat and the beard together.  Great look!  Whimsical, but with just enough of a "don't mess with me, I might be crazy" attitude.  It's a perfect balance.

thanks!

I am picturing a Driver's Cap I think they call it. Works with bearded individuals, can be worn with a denim jacket or an oilskin trench coat.

A ski mask.  JK

Considering my initial reaction to the face was, "At last, we have the mighty Chewbacca," I say just go with a bandolier.

OK. Since I'm in the mood to give out fashion advice today...

I'd say to go with something with a narrow brim. Stay away from any kind of cap.

The beard and hair make you look Amish. I'm not saying cut it off but a trim would make a world of difference and probably make you feel like new man. The hats would probably look allot better afterwards.

Again, there are worse things than looking Amish. 

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