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@jackthebear 

SG is in a different space today.  She was in that warehousey space with wood paneling, but I see they have given her a "spring" update.  

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BF just shared an Easter surprise from the golf course-

 

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@lolakimono wrote:

BF just shared an Easter surprise from the golf course-

 

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@Greeneyedlady21 

I saw some reversible bucket hats.

 

Kate Spade-

 

seascape flora reversible bucket hat

seascape flora reversible bucket hat

 

This one reverses to navy-

 

KATE SPADE NEW YORK emily plaid reversible bucket hat, Main, color, BLUE GLOW
This one is from Billabong-
 
BILLABONG x The Salty Blonde Party On Reversible Canvas Bucket Hat, Main, color, PEONY
BILLABONG x The Salty Blonde Party On Reversible Canvas Bucket Hat, Alternate, color, PEONY
 
 
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just made cheese waffles

which are just eggs and cheese!

 

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I just received a reversible bucket hat as a gift.

 

I am not a bucket hat wearer.  Where do we wear these?  I have cowboy (Bullhide), Outdoor Research rain hats, and some really great winter wools, but a bucket hat?  Diane Keaton comes to mind.  Nothing wrong there, just not me.

 

I alos do not wear baseball caps.  I think they look terrible on me.

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@Sweetbay magnolia wrote:

I just received a reversible bucket hat as a gift.

 

I am not a bucket hat wearer.  Where do we wear these?  I have cowboy (Bullhide), Outdoor Research rain hats, and some really great winter wools, but a bucket hat?  Diane Keaton comes to mind.  Nothing wrong there, just not me.

 

I alos do not wear baseball caps.  I think they look terrible on me.


@Sweetbay magnolia 

Speaking only for myself...

I have a large head and thick hair. It's better now that it's short, but...

If I try to wear a baseball cap AND sunglasses, I get a headache.  I try to shun the sun, but if I walk outdoors with BF or if I attend a baseball game/soccer game, concert, etc where I will be outside for many hours, I like to wear this to shade my face and be able to wear sunglasses without a headache.  If I don't shade my face, about 90% of the time I can expect a cold sore the next day.

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@Susan-QVC 

Can you move this thread to the Fashion Forum for @jackthebear ?

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@lolakimono wrote:

@Sweetbay magnolia wrote:

I just received a reversible bucket hat as a gift.

 

I am not a bucket hat wearer.  Where do we wear these?  I have cowboy (Bullhide), Outdoor Research rain hats, and some really great winter wools, but a bucket hat?  Diane Keaton comes to mind.  Nothing wrong there, just not me.

 

I alos do not wear baseball caps.  I think they look terrible on me.


@Sweetbay magnolia 

Speaking only for myself...

I have a large head and thick hair. It's better now that it's short, but...

If I try to wear a baseball cap AND sunglasses, I get a headache.  I try to shun the sun, but if I walk outdoors with BF or if I attend a baseball game/soccer game, concert, etc where I will be outside for many hours, I like to wear this to shade my face and be able to wear sunglasses without a headache.  If I don't shade my face, about 90% of the time I can expect a cold sore the next day.


I cover up too

one good thing about masks they keep the sun off my face and pollen away too

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A good cowboy hat works for me.  And the brim and crown are perforated for air flow.  Shades are always a must (Oakleys).

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