The trucker hat. Could it be any more iconic? From 1960s…
Those manners your parents taught you may not be the norm for today’s world. As times have changed, so have certain standards of etiquette. But what about hats? We asked manners experts, fashion bloggers, and others to weigh in on whether or not hat etiquette has shifted. Here’s what they had to say.
Jodie Filogomo is a retired dentist turned fashion blogger. Jodie loves experimenting with new styles and having fun with outfits. Her fashion blog includes her mother (the 80+ model) along with her stepmom (the 70+ model) because it’s never too late to look great.
Proper hat etiquette has changed over time just like other style rules. For women, a hat is part of her outfit and look. It’s not just a piece that you take off, especially for dinner. It’s something you take time to put on correctly and adjust your hair under. If you have to take it off, then you are messing up the overall look. Even for the anthem, you can express respect with your hand over your heart instead. So women, keep your hats on!
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