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What should I wear with my fedora?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by queensgambit, Dec 11, 2012.

  1. Tibor

    Tibor Senior member

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    +1 You are absolutely correct.
     
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    Tibor Senior member

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    Correct etiquette including the formal authority Emily Post (both Pre-World War 2 , and Post War 2 books/manuals, stated that hats should be worn in common areas of a building and supposed to be kept on in commercial establishments. Also at Cafes, Bars, and Saloons a hat is appropriate to wear inside. One may Also wear a hat inside if he is seated at the bar section of a restaurant. If he is to be seated at a table the gentleman has the option to take it off when he enters the restaurant or at his table right before he sits down(Or right before he waits for his company to be seated).
     
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    I think the most important question is do you have a more oval(longer) or more round face? If you have high cheek bones and/or a more oval face I would wear a medium brim of 2 1/2 to a wide brim of 2 3/4 inches, with a deeper pinch and a high untapered teardrop crown (reverse taper" is optional). If you have a rounder face I would recommend a brim from 2 1/4 to 2 1/2 and either a lower crown with either a teardrop, center-crease, or diamond crown with a medium pinch, or a high untapered or very slightly tapered center-crease crown with a shallow rounded pinch.
     

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