Because caring about how you present yourself is totally a pitiable trait. Well, if not looking like shit is sad then you are truly the most inspiring person in all of Destructoid. I'll contemplate that pity real hard while you're wondering why you keep hearing giggling around you whenever you're in public.
Hatman is pretty inspiring to me because he isn't a jaded asshole like pretty much eveybody on here is in some way.
Except one could be for the better and one could be for the worse, and with you and your shitty non-matching hats, it will always be the worst. One day you'll grow up and realize that dressing like a 4 year old isn't acceptable.
If anything I'll care less when I get older because I won't have time for that shit.
I wish the Goofy hat I got at Disney World 16 years ago still fit. Damn my small child head at the time.
I've become accustomed to wearing a bandana. For some reason it gives people the urge to either call you a pirate or say you're going for the Sons of Anarchy look. I'm a letdown when I say nope, it's just for comfort. Even more frustrating to them when I say I've never seen Sons.
I'm not really seeing this ratio to be honest. Not even talking about myself, I know I do unseemly things to various items of clothing, but in general I think this so called universal opinion that wearing a type of hat well, is as rare as shiny chansey cards is a bit over the top. I find fedora's do wonders for people.
I'm in loungepants and a Heroes hoodie and will remain in this state until tonight comes and I have to dress 80's for a birthday party in some retro club. God help me I've no options other than to backcomb my beard.
Skin your head, wear 3/4 jeans, braces, a vest and some Dr Martens. You'll be representing the other half of the ska style.
The one I prefer is white shirt, thin tie, suit jacket optional, braces and trousers. Also optional are a pork pie hat or the ill fated fedora. Yes that also sounds like a Jake and Elwood Blues combo because they are very similar.
I debated wearing a Fedora and a raincoat for my costume, but the fedora absolutely looked awful on me. So I risked making the more obvious costume and went with a style instead. I guess this is more in line with cosplay advice than fashion, but you don't need to sacrifice style for accuracy. I'm applying this philosophy as well to my MAGfest costume.