Saturday, March 28, 2009

Men's Flat Caps

Men's flat Caps can be traced back to 14th century Britain and Ireland, when it was more likely to be called a 'bonnet'. It was taken to the americas in the 17th century by Irish and Scottish immigrants.
The flat Cap is still chic even today and a favorite of the likes of Brad Pitt, Guy Richie, Ne-Yo, Common and others. The flat Cap exudes a more matured dandified look and is a good piece of headgear for an urban metrosexual wardrobe.All the Caps featured are available at Asos.

10 comments:

Hippiegirl said...

i really like the first one :)

Terence Sambo said...

it's adorable :o)

underneath said...

I adore the one with the fresh paint stain on it!

Danz said...

I think they're great! I especially like how the cap looks in the 2nd last pic with the bow tie :)

TheGlamorousEccentric said...

love the caps

Terence Sambo said...

Yep the first one Underneath :o) it's awesome1

Terence Sambo said...

me too
Danz

Terence Sambo said...

thanx for stopping by Glamorous Eccentric :o)

The Seeker said...

They've something intriguing, that I like.
I agree with you and Danz about the 2nd last pic with the bow tie.

xoxo

Terence Sambo said...

:oD

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