Has Your Hat Stirred Up a Bit of Emotion lately?
of or relating to a person’s emotions.
–arousing or characterized by intense feeling.
“an emotional speech”
synonyms: poignant, moving, touching, affecting, powerful, stirring, emotive, heart-rending, heartwarming, impassioned, dramatic.
(of a person) having feelings that are easily excited and openly displayed.
synonyms: passionate, hot-blooded, ardent, fervent, excitable, temperamental, melodramatic, tempestuous
- They are cute with a dazzling smile.
- They add a bit of mysteriousness to the person.
- They tend to make your look more complete.
- They protect your face form sun damage.
- Brims.. hey are just way too sexy!
… See what I mean??
6. Hats draw attention to your face!
7. They make you STAND OUT!
The Pork Pie
An umbrella term for a handful of hat styles that can trace their roots as far back as 1830, the pork pie hat is still going strong almost two centuries later.
Originally made popular in Britain at the beginning of the 20th century as the ‘man about town’ look became popular, the style saw a resurgence in the 1920s when American silent film actor Buster Keaton sported the hat in many of his films. The designs Keaton wore were actually self-made by converting fedoras and other hats into what we now know as the pork pie, complete with its signature flat top and short brim.
On the runway earlier this year, Kit Neale showed bright pork pies in primary colours for autumn/winter 2015, while Breaking Bad‘s Walter White, along with his alter ego Heisenberg’s clear penchant for a pork pie, has led to traditional iterations of the style becoming increasingly popular with a new generation.
More formal than the likes of the snapback and bucket hat, pork pie hats are well-suited to smarter attire. As Adam Walker puts it: “If you want to smarten up in the heat, the pork pie hat can add a classic feel to your sharper outfits.”
From summertime suiting to separates like short-sleeved shirts and lightweight chinos, this silhouette arguably works best with clothing that’s firmly on the spiffy end of the spectrum. You could try sporting a minimal pork pie with a streetwear-inspired ensemble, but it’s best to approach that route with caution – unless your name is Pharrell.
Source … http://www.fashionbeans.com/2015/complete-guide-mens-spring-summer-hats/
I would say am pretty taken by this article 16 Stylish hats very man should have.
I think I am taken by the spunky little “flat caps” – they just look really unique on the guys that wear them, and they make a statement. I am not sure what the statement is, but it;s pretty cool that’s for user.