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Headwear (baseball cap v. brim hat)

post #1 of 7
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In summer months these days I often wear this combination when I’m on my weekend or vacation:
1.Tan Sperry Top Siders.
2.No socks.
3.Solid light blue or light grey shorts.
4.Solid tan leather belt.
5.Tucked-in solid light blue or light grey shirt.

What would you recommend me to choose as a headwear in this case?

I can’t really decide if to choose a baseball cap made of cotton/linen or a narrow-rim hat made of straw or paper. Baseball cap looks too casual for my taste yet a rim hat looks a bit pompous.
post #2 of 7

tucked in t-shirt doesn't help either case.  start there

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Originally Posted by jmaudi0 View Post

tucked in t-shirt doesn't help either case.  start there

+1.
Vacation calls for untucked shirts.....
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Originally Posted by jmaudi0 View Post

tucked in t-shirt doesn't help either case.  start there
It is a casual looking shirt, not t-shirt. I don't wear t-shirts outdoors.
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+1.
Vacation calls for untucked shirts.....
I don't have a sign on my shirt that says I'm on my vacation. So, nobody knows about it if I walk the streets.
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I don't wear t-shirts outdoors.

Go away.
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It is a casual looking shirt, not t-shirt. I don't wear t-shirts outdoors.
Doesn't matter. Shorts/hats call for untucked shirts.
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