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I Think I'd Like a Flat Cap

Started this discussion. Last reply by Austin Funk Jan 25, 2013. 7 Replies

Hello AoM. Today I am writing this as I would like to talk about hats.I am not one to usually wear hats, I shall admit, however I am rather impartial to flat caps, and have been hesitating on buying…Continue

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Hello There

Started this discussion. Last reply by Niles Jan 22, 2013. 2 Replies

Well, hello!My name is George. I am 20 years and I came across this site just a couple of days ago. Finding it catering strongly to my intrests, I have decided not to waste any time, and to get right…Continue

 

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Feb 18, 2013
George Grey replied to Alex Romo's discussion What's your manly hobby?
"I enjoy ballroom dancing. To me, that's one of my manly hobbies - taking a woman out on the dance floor and seeing how well she can dance. Quickstep, tango, foxtrot, Viennese waltz... you name it, I can probably dance it. I also enjoy fencing,…"
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"For me, it was something that my lecturer said one day: "Death has a 100% mortality rate" - Michael Lardelli"
Feb 6, 2013
Austin Funk replied to George Grey's discussion I Think I'd Like a Flat Cap
"Flatcaps are freaking sweet! I dont care WHAT you look like, if you have the personality, you can pull it off. And if YOU like it AND dont care about the haters (haters gon' hate) you got the personality. Confidence can rock ANY style"
Jan 25, 2013
George Grey replied to Fabricante's discussion Writing it Down
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Jan 22, 2013
George Grey replied to George Grey's discussion I Think I'd Like a Flat Cap
"Well, thankyou for the input gentlemen. Seems like all I needed was a confidence booster. I'll definitely pop in to the hatmaker's and get myself a flat cap / Windsor cap / ivy cap next time I'm in France, provided I think it looks…"
Jan 22, 2013
Karl Helweg replied to George Grey's discussion I Think I'd Like a Flat Cap
"Check out vintage Pendleton hats. "
Jan 22, 2013
Corey C. Jordan replied to George Grey's discussion I Think I'd Like a Flat Cap
"George, I think a flat cap is universal. You don't need a certain facial structure to wear one. Wear because you like it. A neutral color, either solid or with a subdued pattern, can go with almost any outfit, from tee shirt to sports jacket…"
Jan 21, 2013
Corey C. Jordan replied to George Grey's discussion I Think I'd Like a Flat Cap
"I own several of these, although I've never referred to as "flat caps". I know them as Windsor caps. Anyway, I found this image on the web... On review, I believe that the first fellow shouldn't wear a flat cap with that…"
Jan 21, 2013
Dakota Caraway replied to George Grey's discussion I Think I'd Like a Flat Cap
"The best thing to do is to try it on and see for yourself.  Some people can wear a flat cap (or ivy cap) some can't. Avoid Corduroy..."
Jan 21, 2013
Dakota Caraway replied to George Grey's discussion Hello There
"Welcome to the Forum George! Stay safe while abroad."
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