Growing Old Gracefully.

21st March 2016
Cotton wool tweed cap from Kapital

I’m totally on board with getting old, it’s an inevitability that simply must be embraced. Fail to accept your maturing exterior and you could well look like Francis Rossi by the time pension age is reached, which is enough put anyone off their dinner and also reinforces the notion that oversized leather outerwear is truly abhorrent.

But how do British males compare to their global counterparts in the growing old gracefully stakes. Well if this Japanese silver fox is anything to go by than I’d say we’re distinctly under-par.

With a plethora of expertly engineered threads at his fingertips, it’s no wonder this dude looks the absolute sheeaat! Kapital have decked him out in some of proper threads including this killer cap, which names translates to ‘Cotton wool tweed cap’. Ordinary? Far from it. The full product description which I can only assume refers to the rolled cotton on the caps peak translates to;  ‘Design bullet is full of playful such as Hasameru the brim’. Not confused enough, I googled imaged Hasameru and was greeted by some miniature Japanese fridge magnets resembling sandwiches. No idea what I’m on about? Me neither, Nice hat though.

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