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Let's face it, some people can wear any hat and look good, but if you are like me (normal) and have a few extra chins, it is very difficult to find a ...
Most of them are wrong for you, unless of course you look like Christie Brinkley - or the late Queen Mother, who seemed able to get away with any kind...
If you don't care what you look like, the task is easy. Just pick the first hat you see in the colour that matches your outfit and you are all set! ...
Would you wear a chicken hat, or a jester hat to that posh wedding? I think not, so we must think again.
At least no-one would recognize me, but... why does my friend look so great in hers. (it's the bone structure and pointy chin thing again, darn it!)
Unless you want to court danger, if you live in New York, maybe you should not wear a Boston Red Sox hat! If visiting unfriendly-to-the-US nations...
You will definitely get some "funny" looks! (unless of course it is a pirate "theme" wedding!)
Some hats always look good no matter who is wearing them!
Here are pictures chosen by family members (and myself) for various weddings. Did we choose right or not? you be the judge.
Now we have established what terrible hats are out there, and what a difficult task it is for those of us who do not have great bone structure, how a...
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