To Code: The Rule of Hats - Day & Night
I’m a lover of hats. I have a small collection even though I almost always grab my VMI baseball cap. Every now and again, I’ll pull out my full brim straw fedora just for fun.
I’m a practical person by nature, something that comes into play in my style often. When it comes to hats, I’ve always felt their purpose is to keep your head dry, warm and to block the sun from your face and neck. The great thing about hats is they are in fact very fashionable and you have many options that keep you from looking like a 40 year old frat boy. Like many things, keep trying on different styles of hats till you find the right fit.
On to the rule of hats.
Simply put: during the day, wear your hats to your heart’s content. Once the sun goes down, unless the hat is apart of a uniform or if there is no snow or rain in sight, hang that lid up till morning brings the daylight again. Point blank, the end, male pattern baldness happens, you’re not fooling anyone.
So in review.
Daytime - Hats, OK!
Night Time - Hats, NOT OK.