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    Hat eitquette for men

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    Nick is a high end hatmaker. Not actually etiquette, rather his rules. Who's to argue...check his prices!
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    Re: Hat eitquette for men

    Good rules.
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    remove when eating dinner; remove for national anthems; remove during times of solemn observation??
    ^at least that's what my midwestern upbringing taught me :p
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    Where'd the rule about first and second time meeting someone come from? First time take it off. Second time tip. Never heard that before

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    I really like this. Thank you for sharing

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    Old fashioned and formal hat etiquette went out long ago for me. If I'm wearing a fine hat the only time I take it off in public is if it gets in the way or for the national anthem. Of course some of those "rules" are not rules but just common sense. Like not laying your hat flat on it's brim and using sandpaper when needed. It's also a good idea not to store your beaver or rabbit felt hats in the dark and if you do, surround them with cedar shavings otherwise you will find moth holes the next time you open that hat box.
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    I am not sure about the removal of a hat when meeting other men.

    I was always taught it was good manners to at least touch the brim.

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    Hang on guys, hang on, the author is another millennial with a few copied rules and some odd ideas.

    If you want to learn hat etiquette talk to instructor staff at a military college or someone over 80.

    Here for the record is Nick. Ask yourself is he the master of sartorial elegance.

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    I’ve got nothing to add except OP you have one cool username!
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    https://www.nickfouquet.com/collecti...ucts/lavinia-1
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    Re: Hat eitquette for men

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainCustard View Post
    I am not sure about the removal of a hat when meeting other men.

    I was always taught it was good manners to at least touch the brim.

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    Hang on guys, hang on, the author is another millennial with a few copied rules and some odd ideas.

    If you want to learn hat etiquette talk to instructor staff at a military college or someone over 80.

    Here for the record is Nick. Ask yourself is he the master of sartorial elegance.

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    I already don't trust 'Nick'. He looks of a ruffian, certainly not a master of headpiece elegance. He doesn't sell flatcaps, and I bet he makes the fatal flaw of wearing baseball caps backwards. He needs to join the the Corps.
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