Friday, September 3, 2010

A men's hat and its look to the world

A hat is a head covering. It may be worn for protection against the elements, for religious reasons, for safety, or as a fashion accessory. In the past time the hats were an indicator of high social status.  In the military, they may denote status of rank and regiment. In the society, it denotes his personality with a good quality of men’s suit.
A well-made hat serves two important purposes. First, it keeps you warm in the winter months by helping you from your own natural body heat, as well as shielding you from the wind, rain and snow. Second is that it makes you look good and allows you to stand up straight as you stroll about because you won’t be slouching and hunkering down into your overcoat in a vain attempt to keep warm.
Today, top hats are made of different materials and have different styles.  Men's hats also combine fashion style with functionality depending on the material and shape. Men's hats were usually worn depending on their class, with upper class citizens usually wearing top hats or a homburg hat. Middle class men wore either a fedora or a trilby hat, and working-class men wore a standard flat cap or no hat at all. Men's hats serve both a fashion and a practical function. This basic style of hat can be knit for any adult. It represents a fundamental part of a man's personality. If you want to choose a right hat then it protects a man from the elements and enhances the way he interacts with the world.  They can keep the rain off your head; protect your chrome dome from the sun’s rays, and save a bad hair day. And amongst clothing and accessories, they are unique in their ability to communicate and convey respect for others. Tipping your hat to a lady or doffing it at a graveside service adds dignity to your comportment.

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