"I think that part of the problem in this has to do with a cultural difference ... since the fedora and the trilby are similar, many people confuse them regularly. For a hatter's perspective on its, see this blog post."
"I wonder if the fedora thing is a geographic thing. I haven't seen nary a one around my hometown. If anything, it seems like the trilby is getting overplayed. It's in Target, in American Eagle, and on the head of every guy I see on tv."
"I would say baseball style hats are the only one's I think look okay with long hair. I recall (thru pictures and the tellie) back to the 20's and 30's with the neatly groomed short hair under a fedora looked very squared away and neat."
I've always had a thing for fedora hats, and now I've been thinking harder about actually purchasing one. The problem is I have long hair. It's maybe halfway to my shoulder. What I'm wondering is if it is a good idea to wear a fedora with long hair, or if there are any suggestions about this, online somewhere, or whether or not I have to choose between the hat of the hair?
"Let me point out something else, just for fun:
Cat's are apex predators, capable of hunting and killing animals as much as twice their body weight. Feral cats are so predatory that in some urban environments, they have completely wiped…"
Hello Gentlemen,I hope you are all well. This one is exclusively for the men in this community (apologies to any women who have discovered the awesome site!).So here's the thing ... I'm going to propose to my girlfriend this weekend and i was hoping for some last minute advice on asking my father in laws permission. I know my girlfriend would really appreciate the 'traditional' touch and because our relationship has been a little fraught at times, I think it would be a good way to show the…See More
"It's really to bad I haven't put in the time to learn how to draw but I have this comic strip idea:
A human head with eyes only, no mouth or nose, and a torso, no arms or legs.
Caption "God Creates Man"
"How the hell does being a "fan of history" make one have no particular agenda in comparison to a professional historian? Unless of course the agenda is studying and understanding history with credentials to back it up rather than a guy…"