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Here's a hat that I considered buying from Thomas Farthing in London, but didn't (due to logistics, as much as anything). I may have to contact them to have it shipped - opinions would be welcome

 

I really like the hat, but it almost looks a wee bit small, in particular in the way that it is sitting a bit higher up on your brow than all of your other excellent hats. Maybe it's just the angle of the photo?

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I really like the hat, but it almost looks a wee bit small, in particular in the way that it is sitting a bit higher up on your brow than all of your other excellent hats. Maybe it's just the angle of the photo?

There was something about it that didn't quite sit right on my head, which caused me not to buy it at the time, though, as hats go, it is excellently constructed of fine materials.

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Picked this hat up yesterday
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Sharp
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The new Milans are a totally different weave to my vintage ones but have a unique robust vibe.
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The new Milans are a totally different weave to my vintage ones but have a unique robust vibe.

Is this from Optimo?
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I apologize if you have already answered this question. Are these all your hats or are you just trying them on?
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I apologize if you have already answered this question. Are these all your hats or are you just trying them on?

They're all mine, except for the one shot from Thomas Farthing, the light brown Homburg, which I didn't buy.
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I didn't see this question asked or answered recently, but what would be the best shop(s) to check out for caps under about $100? Thomas Farthing looks good but are there any others?

 

Edit: In London

 

Edit 2: On an unrelated note, I am getting a suit made and wanted a cap to go with it, but the tailor does not want to make a cap. He is happy to provide extra fabric for me to have the cap made by someone else, so here is the question: Who could I have make a flat cap with fabric I provide myself (provide to me by the tailor making the suit)? Also any ideas on how much fabric would be appropriate (I wear a size 7 1/8th)


Edited by BenjaminZeev - 3/18/16 at 4:01pm
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