Hats Which Make You Look Like A Count:
The trend of royal hats began to decline after 1950’s. Before 1950’s, it was hard to find a man without a hat in Great Britain. Eventually, the trend disappeared and was replaced by some casual head covers. The same trend of the 1950’s now seems to have paved its way back to the latest fashion of 2015.
The royal hats make you look like a count and are thus, very functional as well. For instance, they make you look taller, boost your personality, speak about your style, cover for you on your bad hair day, warm up your head, protect you from the scorching heat of the sun and most importantly, they increase your confidence. The focal point of this article would be those royal and stylish hats that make you look like a count when you wear them. They add extra charm and decency in your outfit and personality. Here is a handy guide for you if you want to look royal and stylish.
Hats which make you look like a count:
The round happed, high back and small brimmed flat was associated with the labor class of UK until 1950’s. As the they are back in fashion, they look very stylish and sophisticated. This very simple and trendy flat hat adds too much appeal to your casual and simple weekend outfit. Give it a try and choose a smart t-shirt and wear your flat hat with any of your old pair of jeans and see the spell it casts on your outlook.
Fedora hats were considered a compulsory accessory to put on while going out in the streets. It was the sign of good personality, fashion and royalty. These hats-soft, lengthwise stretched down the crown, both sides pinched and usually made of felt- have become the trend setter in 2015. You can’t wear them with a casual pair of jeans or anything similar. Of course, it is to be worn with classy suits. It would enhance your masculinity.
The porkpie hats usually resemble Fedora hats. The only distinction is its flat head instead of pinched head crown. Its brim is also creased upward and is slightly short. This is equally stylish and royal in looks and can be worn with dress suits on very formal events such as weddings. It is associated with jazz, ska culture and blue.
This is another Hat that resembles Fedora hat but its brim is turned upside round. The peculiarity of Homburg hats is their band around the brim where you can stick a feather to add more elegancy and sophistication. Homburg were in fashion in the 20th century when politicians used to wear it as their style statement. But now as it was seen back on ramp again in London’s Men Fashion week, Homburg has become a Gangster accessory.
The bowlers are very hard hats that are made of felt and having short brims. They are associated with urban culture of New York City. Bowler are round and are very common in Gangster fashion. The main thing is that they make you look like a count instead of simply trendy.
Hats become your signature accessories when you wear them with the proper sense. Whenever you wear a hat, remember to tilt it a little towards the side and give it an angle. Give it a try. You might end up wearing these chic hats more often than not.