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Fifty-Eyed Fred
2010-01-25, 10:28 AM
I have noticed an astonishing lack of threads for the appreciation and discussion of mankind's greatest head-based achievement. Whether the humble Trilby, the avant-garde beret or the honest bowler, hats of all shapes and sizes are welcome. So my fellow hatted brethren, let us discuss!

Incidentally, my head is in fact quite large; I take an 8 3/4 in hat size.

GrlumpTheElder
2010-01-25, 10:32 AM
I have a large collection of hats, including a pith helmet, fez, bowler, top hat, rice hat and Biretta and others.

I don't often wear any hats though.

Linkavitch
2010-01-25, 11:23 AM
This is my hat, almost. Mine is black with a blackandgrey houndstooth brim. warning, big picture.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/6/64/Hatt.jpg

EDIT: woah, alot bigger then I thought.

Xyk
2010-01-25, 08:00 PM
I like to wear hats and do just about every time I leave the house. I have a Fedora (my favorite), a bowler, one of those European driver's caps, and a top hat for formal occasions.

Thatguyoverther
2010-01-25, 08:14 PM
I have a black top hat, and three fedora's. A black one a brown one and gery/plaid one.

I don't wear them as much as they deserve since I've got a mohawk, it causes logistical problems.

Mythestopheles
2010-01-25, 08:16 PM
If I get a hat, I want this (http://img.war-europe.com/syndic_img//careers/fr/WHnt_05.jpg) one.

Mr_Saturn
2010-01-25, 08:17 PM
I have created a hobby of making my own hats. Fleece hats. Pokemon fleece hats in particular.

I guess I could post them here. I already posted them in the A&C section. o__o


http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSC02579.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSC02578.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSCN2536.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/CIMG3883.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSCN2529.jpg

Winter_Wolf
2010-01-25, 08:21 PM
I have a collection of baseball caps which I seldom wear anymore, a couple of good wool or cotton (not sure which, maybe both) caps for winter, had a beaver hat when I lived in Alaska, and am looking for the right opportunity to get a cowboy hat to my liking (partial to the 'Doc Holliday' style from Tombstone). I also think the fedora is a pretty cool hat, but I can't pull off the look at all.

Anuan
2010-01-25, 08:21 PM
._. You're amazing and I wan't that Caterpie hat. And the Mudkip one.

CrimsonAngel
2010-01-25, 08:24 PM
I love your fleece hats!

Here's my hat!
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e381/CrimsonAngelChris/pictures/Kemah_Halloween_045.jpg

Mythestopheles
2010-01-25, 08:33 PM
I have created a hobby of making my own hats. Fleece hats. Pokemon fleece hats in particular.

I guess I could post them here. I already posted them in the A&C section. o__o


http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSC02579.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSC02578.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSCN2536.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/CIMG3883.jpg
http://i87.photobucket.com/albums/k125/Yitsockl/Sewing/DSCN2529.jpg

I approve!


Here's my hat!
http://i43.photobucket.com/albums/e381/CrimsonAngelChris/pictures/Kemah_Halloween_045.jpg

Nice hat! for some reason I have some sort of obsession with tophat style hats. I really need to get me one of them.

Icewalker
2010-01-25, 08:35 PM
I have naught but a fedora, sadly. I really ought to find more, get a top hat, some other things...

Thufir
2010-01-25, 08:39 PM
http://i85.photobucket.com/albums/k63/Razor-Sharp_H7/2008_07310005.jpg
http://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc1/hs088.snc1/4920_589488235928_223710228_7513455_5928833_n.jpg

http://photos-e.ak.fbcdn.net/photos-ak-sf2p/v61/74/71/223710228/n223710228_1315162_668.jpg

http://photos-a.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc1/hs179.snc1/6736_597600149588_223710228_8002019_3085211_n.jpg

Jack Squat
2010-01-25, 08:42 PM
I can't casually wear a lot of hats; not without them looking a bit out of place. Just don't have the right head shape for it or something. I still own a fedora for the rare occasion I can be caught with a suit. I have a bowler as well, and will be getting a collapsible top hat in the next few years (inheritance), but same thing with them - formal only.

Normally I can be found wearing a baseball hat or an ivy/flat cap. If I'm hiking, I'll wear a boonie aussie-style.

Ravens_cry
2010-01-25, 08:46 PM
I have a tweed drop brim hat that looks basically like this. (http://www.burnetts-struth.com/images/GH360.jpg) Nice and cozy, it also keeps off the rain, which is perfect for this typical Pacific Northewest rainforest weather. I want more though, I want a genuine fedora, a bowler hat, a top hat, and a flat cap.

Renegade Paladin
2010-01-25, 09:03 PM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v350/RenegadePaladin/Personal/Trenchcoat3.jpg

Dr.Epic
2010-01-25, 09:16 PM
If I get a hat, I want this (http://img.war-europe.com/syndic_img//careers/fr/WHnt_05.jpg) one.

I don't care if that is a pirate, that left me in awe.

reorith
2010-01-25, 09:43 PM
i typically wear a ushanka (http://i46.tinypic.com/f4fjfb.jpg) on cold winter nights. yearp, that is real muskrat pelt too.

El Jaspero, the Pirate King
2010-01-25, 10:06 PM
http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m4/epiplectic/LordoftheHats.jpg

If you need to ask, you weren't there. In my own persona I wear a variety of hats, day-to-day a Tilley. Our NASCRAG has taken to wearing fezzes (and Hawaiian shirts) the past few years.

skywalker
2010-01-25, 10:11 PM
I like hats.

Typically, the more ostentatious, the better.

Generally I only wear baseball caps because I don't want to be that loony in the crazy hat (I know, I know, the dichotomy...).

Anyway, I currently own a bright yellow ball cap, and a bright red one. As I said, subtlety = no.

llamamushroom
2010-01-26, 02:06 AM
I don't generally wear a hat (they tend to squish down the hair I've carefully cultivated to hide my elephantine ears), but when forced I have a nice, brown, leather Akubra. (http://aussiebushhats.com.au/catalog/images/capricornfront.jpg) Unfortunately, every time I wear it, someone will decide it would be awfully hilarious to try and steal it. Much running, chasing, tackling, wrestling, and (disturbingly frequently) piggy-back riding ensues.

Erothayce
2010-01-26, 02:23 AM
I wear a multitude of beanies, a flat cap and new era cap on occasion.

Ikialev
2010-01-26, 09:58 AM
I have a giant head, so no hats for me. :smallfrown: Also, i've never even SEEN a hat in store.

Dr.Epic
2010-01-26, 02:33 PM
i typically wear a ushanka (http://i46.tinypic.com/f4fjfb.jpg) on cold winter nights. yearp, that is real muskrat pelt too.

I kind of want one of those hats just because I'm half Russian (though I look more like a Norse viking with my heavy beard and long hair).

I'd also a hat (like a sombrero or fedora) with an aventail (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aventail).

snoopy13a
2010-01-26, 02:37 PM
If is it really cold and I have to spend an extended period outside, I'll wear a wool hat. Otherwise, the only hat I wear is a Yankee ballcap and only occasionally.

SDF
2010-01-26, 05:44 PM
I wear a Mariners baseball cap at work. Baseball caps are probably my preferred hat, but I don't often wear hats recreationally. I've got a colorful French Canadian toque I won in a statewide Minnesota drawing contest in the fifth grade. (I drew a raccoon)

I really like, and have a couple of these style winter hats. Common in the midwest. http://www.sugarscape.com/userfiles/hat2.jpg

The Extinguisher
2010-01-26, 05:48 PM
I needs a hat.

I have a fedora, but I can never remember all the rules for wearing gentlemen's hats, and then I just look rude/stupid. So I need to get me a hat. Suggestions?

DarklingPerhaps
2010-01-26, 05:52 PM
I like wearing hats and I like how I like in them, but the way I have my hair doesn't permit them without making me feel silly for styling my hair and then wearing a hat over it. And if I don't style my hair it is irritated by the hat. *sigh*

Castel
2010-01-26, 06:14 PM
I've always liked hats, and have a (really) small collection myself. Too bad my favorite hat was lost in a fishing trip... it likely rests at the bottom of the sea, nowadays. I personally hope some lucky shark/fish/sea-monster found it, and became the most awesome fish in the area.

I always liked Joshua's hat (http://foro.cemzoo.com/picture.php?albumid=5916&pictureid=76634), from fire emblem, but I never saw any hat like it in any of the stores I've ever been to.

Linkavitch
2010-01-29, 01:39 PM
I needs a hat.

I have a fedora, but I can never remember all the rules for wearing gentlemen's hats, and then I just look rude/stupid. So I need to get me a hat. Suggestions?

There are rules for wearing gentleman's hats? I didn't know that. And since when is a fedora a gentleman's hat?:smallconfused:

reorith
2010-01-29, 02:14 PM
There are rules for wearing gentleman's hats? I didn't know that. And since when is a fedora a gentleman's hat?:smallconfused:

1st RULE: You do not talk about fedora club.
2nd RULE: You DO NOT talk about fedora club.
3rd RULE: If someone says "stop" or goes limp, taps out the fedora is over.

Jack Squat
2010-01-29, 02:15 PM
There are rules for wearing gentleman's hats? I didn't know that. And since when is a fedora a gentleman's hat?:smallconfused:

Yes, there is an etiquette (http://www.askandyaboutclothes.com/clothes%20articles/etiquette_for_hats_and_caps.htm).

It really applies to any mens or unisex hat. So far as fedoras being a gentleman's hat, I agree it's not (clothes don't make the man). However, it's commonly worn by men who can be classified as such.

Roland St. Jude
2010-01-29, 02:19 PM
http://i100.photobucket.com/albums/m4/epiplectic/LordoftheHats.jpg

If you need to ask, you weren't there...
All hail!

http://i21.photobucket.com/albums/b259/RolandStJ/Roland_fedoruman-1.gif

Hatman
2010-01-29, 06:41 PM
fedoras are the mightiest hats in the land. just having one gives a +2 to charisma

ForzaFiori
2010-01-29, 07:06 PM
I own several baseball caps, but I can't wear them cause they just don't go with my hair. Same with cowboy hats. However, beanies look awesome on me, as do fedoras. I own a nice beanie, and want to get a fedora. Not sure where to go to get one though.

Jack Squat
2010-01-29, 07:10 PM
I own several baseball caps, but I can't wear them cause they just don't go with my hair. Same with cowboy hats. However, beanies look awesome on me, as do fedoras. I own a nice beanie, and want to get a fedora. Not sure where to go to get one though.

most larger cities will have at least one hat shop in them. If you know your size, you can order from online stores as well, though those won't be fitted.

Raiki
2010-01-29, 07:54 PM
I like to think of myself as a bit of a connoisseur in hat-dom (I'm not...but I like to think of myself as one). I have proudly owned and worn (on a regular basis and quite flagrantly in public) the following hats:

A Top hat of the "Cat in the Hat" variety, though of different colouration.

A jester's cap, complete with bells.

A reversible blue/orange bucket hat with tribal designs. (My girlfriend has told me that I am NEVER allowed to wear this hat again, and has since hidden it in an undisclosed location)

A Bowler, brown.

A grey pinstriped fedora (this is my current favorite).

A bright purple "Rasta hat" crocheted by a friend with the design of the Poison mushroom from Mario.

A strange knitted confabulation of blue and purple yarns with some strange tassles/doodely-bops.

I'm also eagerly looking forward to both my Illithid-hat and my Jayne Hat tm. Both are being knit/crocheted by friends.

~R~

Eon
2010-01-29, 08:21 PM
if I choose to wear a hat, it is either similar to the one SDF displayed earlier or one close to this:
http://www.acmemultisports.com/images/products/large/SwimCap_Large.jpg

Fifty-Eyed Fred
2010-02-06, 05:41 PM
So, now that the prevalence of hats in the Playground has been revealed, is anyone else attempting to procure a specific hat at the moment?

I am after what I am (obviously incorrectly) terming a "17th century hat" of the kind common to England (and by extension the American colonies) in the first half of the century. From what I can tell I am either thinking of a capotain, cavalier hat, or pilgrim hat. Oh well, the search continues!

Also, I tip my hat to you all for your contributions thus far, they are most appreciated.

http://media.photobucket.com/image/tip%20my%20hat/D14A4Guy/A_Tip_of_the_Hat_by_jollyjack.jpg

DrakebloodIV
2010-02-06, 05:43 PM
I have a beanie, a driving cap, several fedoras (fedori?) and a jack sparrow trifold with fake dreadlocks sewn in the back.

ForzaFiori
2010-02-06, 05:48 PM
So, now that the prevalence of hats in the Playground has been revealed, is anyone else attempting to procure a specific hat at the moment?

I am after what I am (obviously incorrectly) terming a "17th century hat" of the kind common to England (and by extension the American colonies) in the first half of the century. From what I can tell I am either thinking of a capotain, cavalier hat, or pilgrim hat. Oh well, the search continues!

Also, I tip my hat to you all for your contributions thus far, they are most appreciated.

http://media.photobucket.com/image/tip%20my%20hat/D14A4Guy/A_Tip_of_the_Hat_by_jollyjack.jpg

I actually have a ushanka on its way right now. I bought it half for the warmth, half for the amazing awesomeness of it.

@Jack Squat: That explains why I've never seen one. There aren't any big cities around here. Closest is either... Atlanta or Charlotte, and thats a 2 hour drive. I'll probably just get my hat size and get one online.

Fifty-Eyed Fred
2010-02-06, 06:47 PM
It seems that the Cavalier hat and Puritan hat are variants of each other; hence my confusion; that is if this information is anything to go by:


CAVALIER HAT, CHEVALIERS - (17C. ) Wide brimmed type of hat, velvet or beaver, trimmed with ostrich plumes on the left side or back. Usually one side of the brim is cocked or rolled. Seen in portraits of aristocrats of the period. The gentleman's hat as portrayed by the Flemish painter, Sir Anthony Van Dyck, and the Dutch painter, Frans Hals. The CAVALIER hat had the crown circled with jewelled necklace or a gem encrusted silk band. Although some Puritans are pictured wearing the Cavalier hat, the usual Puritan and Quaker hat was of the same high quality but without the plumes or ornate band and the brim worn straight.

PURITAN HAT - High, flat-crowned felt hat with wide uncocked brim and a silver buckle on a ribbon band. CAVALIER and PURITAN hats ( 17c. ) had the same basic form, but CAVALIER hats had ostrich plumes and were worn cocked.

I shall probably go for the Puritan hat despite my Royalist leanings and non-extreme Protestantism, simply based on aesthetics. :smallsmile:

vollmond
2010-02-06, 09:12 PM
My fedora, in all its glory, is displayed here (http://imnotpete.com/2010/01/09/project-365-day-nine/).

Don Julio Anejo
2010-02-06, 10:03 PM
Out of curiosity, what do you call those Justin Timberlake hats (like the one Neil wears in White Collar) that you wear tilted to the side? I want to get one but I have no idea what to look for.

skywalker
2010-02-07, 12:55 AM
Out of curiosity, what do you call those Justin Timberlake hats (like the one Neil wears in White Collar) that you wear tilted to the side? I want to get one but I have no idea what to look for.

Like this (http://smalltownbigstyle.files.wordpress.com/2009/12/whitecollar1.jpg)?

I have no idea, but hopefully posting a picture will help someone else identify it.

vollmond
2010-02-07, 12:59 AM
Is that not just a fedora?

The Extinguisher
2010-02-07, 02:30 AM
Justin Timberlake wears a Trilby, if I remember correctly.

In other news, I got myself one of these.

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/left-field/Flat_Cap_BrownHB.jpg

It's pretty sweet/

Fay Graydon
2010-02-07, 02:41 AM
Justin Timberlake wears a Trilby, if I remember correctly.

In other news, I got myself one of these.

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/left-field/Flat_Cap_BrownHB.jpg

It's pretty sweet/

D= I want one of those!
But I want one In denim or in plain brown >.>

The Extinguisher
2010-02-07, 02:47 AM
Well, mines not in that colour, it's more of a grayish colour. I should have probably posted a picture of my actual hat, now that I think about it.

http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e92/FlameMasterAxel/100207005600.jpg

skywalker
2010-02-07, 03:58 AM
Justin Timberlake wears a Trilby, if I remember correctly.

I would've said Trilby too, now that I think about it.

GrlumpTheElder
2010-02-07, 06:28 AM
So, now that the prevalence of hats in the Playground has been revealed, is anyone else attempting to procure a specific hat at the moment?

I am currenlty wanting a Pickelhaube, but they are obscenely expensive. The cheapest price Iíve found for a replica is c. £175 and original cost c. £500+. :smallfrown:

I'll get one eventually!

http://www.hessenantique.com/v/vspfiles/photos/HEIH012-0.jpg

Fifty-Eyed Fred
2010-02-07, 07:26 AM
Out of curiosity, what do you call those Justin Timberlake hats (like the one Neil wears in White Collar) that you wear tilted to the side? I want to get one but I have no idea what to look for.

As others have said, you are after a Trilby. They're relatively popular as far as hats go, moreso than the Fedora on this side of the pond.


I am currenlty wanting a Pickelhaube, but they are obscenely expensive. The cheapest price Iíve found for a replica is c. £175 and original cost c. £500+.

I'll get one eventually!

Good luck getting one through customs. A friend of mine tried to bring one over from Belgium once, but the Establishment thwarted his efforts.

Exeson
2010-02-07, 08:38 AM
I am a proud owner of 2 trilbys, one black and one with pinstripes to match my two favorite suits, and a hand made tophat, which I adore.

GrlumpTheElder
2010-02-15, 06:58 AM
I've just been given a Policeman's cap (authentic) to add to my collection by my next door neighbour who is an ex copper.

A nice addition!

Crispy Dave
2010-02-16, 01:45 AM
I have hats, I have lots of hats. Most of my hats currently are silly.

http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg39/crispydave/me-hat.jpg?t=1266303285

http://i244.photobucket.com/albums/gg39/crispydave/Picture2.jpg?t=1266303407

rakkoon
2010-02-16, 04:23 AM
Chicken hat...CHICKEN HAT.

I tip my boring hat to you good Sir

Rhydeble
2010-02-16, 06:20 AM
If I get a hat, I want this (http://img.war-europe.com/syndic_img//careers/fr/WHnt_05.jpg) one.

That, good sir, is child's play in comparison with this (http://images1.wikia.nocookie.net/girlgenius/images/7/74/Magnificent-hat.png)

In all seriousness, if I could get away with it, I would totally wear this (http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20050624) guys hat

Hazkali
2010-02-16, 06:44 AM
I have a brown wool trilby, which has class without being fashionable. I really ought to wear it more, but most places don't have hatstands anymore.

I've also got a grey kepi (stiff sides, like French kepis, unlike American Civil War kepis) that I wear for LARPing.

Atelm
2010-02-16, 06:53 AM
Aside from some pretty nondescript beanies, which I wear out of necessity, and some caps, which I do not ever wear at all, I only have a few hats worth mentioning.

First, I have a really cheap looking black-grey-white checkered Deerstalker. I've only worn it once when I was dressed as Sherlock Holmes.

The Deerstalker pictured here looks almost exactly like mine, just replace the top leather with plain black string, and remove the red.
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/ce/Sherlock_holmes_pipe_hat.jpg


Secondly, I have a fairly regular white Fisher's Hat, which I have had since I was maybe around 5 or so. The hat still fits my head, sort of.

Looks exactly like this, the only thing different is the colour.
http://www.chw-motivfabrik.de/XTSHOP/RESTPOSTEN/79.jpg


Third, I have a white student cap, which I got as a sign of graduating Upper Secondary School (sort of equivelant to Senior High School or Sixth Form, though not exactly.) and have worn only once as of yet.

Looks exactly like the one in this image.
http://cartinafinland.fi/kuvapankki/imagebank/image/36/36338/Ylioppilaslakki.jpg


And finally, I have a white Hat of the Four Winds which I bought two years prior.

The hat looks almost eactly like this, the only real differences are in the colouring of the flower embroidery. Mine are, from top to bottom, coloured red, black, and blue as opposed to the colours in the image.

And yes, this hat is a hat for men. :smalltongue: The variant for women looks totally different. It's considered a faux pas for women to wear this variety, although many don't know this and you can actually see plenty of women wearing the men's version.

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_UlQweABdhdc/SdiPj4ILfYI/AAAAAAAAAh4/1vv4aDa3Jtw/s400/20090405_09.JPG


I really need to find myself a trillby or a fedora. :smallbiggrin:

ForzaFiori
2010-02-16, 11:01 PM
My ushanka finally arrived! I am uber happy. It's beast and warm and made of win.

Viera Champion
2010-02-16, 11:09 PM
Hats aren't really my thing. I have a pretty sweet bowler that is way to small for me, but I would never where it. I just don't wear hats or caps or whatever.

Flickerdart
2010-02-16, 11:16 PM
*hats*
Wait, hold. You get totally awesome hats for graduating school? That is so not fair! I've always wanted a hat like that. :smallfrown:

Kneenibble
2010-02-16, 11:58 PM
Justin Timberlake wears a Trilby, if I remember correctly.

In other news, I got myself one of these.

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/left-field/Flat_Cap_BrownHB.jpg

It's pretty sweet/

That is sweet. I really like this kind of hat and I think it would look good on me.
What are they called, please?

I used to have a great black rabbit fedora that I gave away. It only fits if my hair is very short, otherwise it's too tight. It looked great though.
Unfortunately my current hat is the same story, but my hair is short for now. I don't know what the style is called, it's not pinched and the top is slightly concave. It's brown/white herringbone wool.

Lesson: if your hair is very short and you're hat-shopping and might grow it out one day, buy a little larger.

Two kinds of hats I really want right now:
a) a fez. I have a gift for pulling off eccentric fashions, so I think I just might manage this one.
b) one of those very wide-brimmed black hats that Jesuits used to wear (does anybody know the name?)

Hats pwn...

Atelm
2010-02-17, 01:48 AM
Wait, hold. You get totally awesome hats for graduating school?

Well, technically everyone buys their own, but they aren't expensive at all. But yeah, pretty much everyone who goes to Upper Secondary School and graduates has a hat like the one I do.

Fifty-Eyed Fred
2010-02-17, 03:40 AM
That is sweet. I really like this kind of hat and I think it would look good on me.
What are they called, please?
That is a flat cap, a previous staple of working-class British men in the towns which is now more likely to be found upon the heads of landowners and farmers in the countryside. They're becoming quite fashionable at the moment.

Quincunx
2010-02-19, 11:33 AM
How much have you spent on hats? I'm looking at buying another and classier hat pattern since the crown of my first pattern, herehttp://i169.photobucket.com/albums/u231/Quincunx_GitP/Fabrics/fuzzyhatdown.jpgis just not stylish. (The brim wonkiness was the result of wearing it out in an Irish downpour and washing all the starch out of it, back when I was new to such phenomena. Don't feel like re-starching and re-blocking the brim for a non-waterproof hat--not here, anyway.) Hats take negligible amounts of fabric. Add in whatever the pattern requests to stiffen the brim* and neatly finish the interior and there might be, at most, $5 worth of extra materials**. So buying a hat pattern that I'll use more than once seems like a good idea, but I'm out of touch on the prices on ready-made hats. . .

*The cloth hat which does not collapse in the rain hasn't got anything special in the brim, just extra layers of the cloth and lines of stitching sandwiching them all securely.

**Next time, I'm also either using waterproof fabric or applying waterproofing before assembly. Those still in sunny or snowy climates can skip that step.

Deth Muncher
2010-02-19, 11:36 AM
Ah, a thread with which I can (haber)dash right into posting.

At this moment, I own a brown derby, a black crushed velvet Mad-Hatter style tophat, a SNL baseball cap, my generic baseball cap for working in when I have long hair, three travelers caps (which are often erroneously referred to as beanies nowadays), a white beret (prop for a show I was in), a tall black fedora, a short grey fedora, a "frumpy old man hat," two Indiana Jones-style hats, a Panama Jack hat (not a pith helmet, but a hat which closely resembles one)...and I THINK that's it.