How to Wear a Hat in Your Travel?

The hats, the most potent accessory in a well-dressed man’s arsenal,make a forgetful can also reflect ones character,so you should wear it with enough confidence.

If you wear it reluctantly or ambivalently, and there’s the dangers that the hat will wear you! But don’t be timid. Today our dressing landscape has evolved and we need not to fear about striking out in the world in a hat style.

It is difficult to find a hat suits yourself and to match outfits that in line with your style. Remember to wear something once it’s novel, the second time it’s familiar, the third time it’s your signature. Of course, you also need to consider your own proportions. It won’t surprise you that big hats look better on big heads. As a devoted hat wearer I prefer large, straight brims – they frame the face in a flattering way, drawing focus to the eyes.

A hat is a stylish accessory appropriate for Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall and even while traveling, the tricky part is making sure it goes with the rest of your outfit.

Today I’m going to share with you how to wear a hat in your travels.

To wear a hat while traveling is a great idea, especially in hot day. It can shield your face and neck from getting sunburned.

You’ll most likely be wearing a comfortable outfit while traveling so as to add some styles to your look. May be one Panama hat is a great classic addition to your summer wardrobe, which made of the unique lightweight toquilla palm that’s handwoven in Ecuador, which keep your head cool and protected in summer.The classic shape of the Ethan preset Panama can bring a little drama to your outfit, transforming it instantly to a more sophisticated look. A ladies wide brim style, such as the Emilia Panama is a key summer look that adds an instant chic fact.

There are some tips you should acknowledge:

  1. Stuff the crown of your hat with small items of clothing. Don’t overfill the hat or you’ll stretch it. Underwear or socks are good options.
  2. Flip the hat over it to sits flat at the bottom of your suitcase with the stuffing still in place.
  3. Pack around the hat. I have fully embraced the concept of packing cells. These ones are from Kathmandu that I bought on a three for $30 deal.
  4. Continue packing around the hat until it is firmly held in place. I filled the gaps with rolled items of clothing.
  5. Cover the top of the hat with a layer of clothes. My suitcase is double sided but the hat side zips up. This kept the hat firmly in its section and safe. I made sure on the other side that any hard objects or items would not end up adjacent to the hat section when the suitcase was closed.

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