flat cap

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a flat woolen cap with a stiff peak


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The gang had a distinctive style of dress: tailored jackets, a lapel overcoat, button waistcoats, silk scarfs, bell-bottom trousers, leather boots and peaked flat caps.
GET ready to don your flat caps and pocket watches because an immersive experience themed around Peaky Blinders is coming to Wales.
Detective Chief Inspector John Caldwell of the PSNI said he viewed images of the man in the flat cap in May 2016.
He was also wearing a dark-coloured long coat and a flat cap.
I was listening to a local radio programme about flat caps becoming the latest fashion item.
Trilbies have made a comeback recently, as have flat caps, and there are so many styles to choose from.
SIR - Your piece about the reappearance of the flat cap as a fashion statement ("'Dai' hats, the traditional flat caps of Welsh workers, are in high fashion", November 16) missed the one profession that continues to wear it with pride, namely farming.
This revolution on the flat cap feeder market will be available in the sport cap version in early 2011.
Wearing a flat cap tilted to one side, he had a St Helens accent.
SPORTING a flat cap and killer heels, Nancy Dell'Olio was nursing a hangover yesterday after reports that cheating lover Sven Goran Eriksson has been secretly calling old flame Faria Alam.
Burrows seemed to have gone out of his way to make it appear as if chairman Jeremy Peace had asked him if he fancied taking charge of the team after a casual conversation when they met walking their dogs, his eyes barely visible from beneath the peak of his flat cap as he propped himself up against the side of the home dugout.
Compositionally, it was of the utmost importance that the full-height glazing was pulled back from the perimeter, for thereby the top storey is detached visually from the rest of the building and its own flat cap can be read as a roof element.
Each year around March 17, Chateau Elan emerges from the rolling hills of North Georgia, swaps its suave French beret for a jaunty Irish tweed flat cap and becomes Chateau O'lan on St.
The flat cap actually has a surprising pedigree that dates back to the 14th century and became a sign of the toiling classes by act of parliament in 1571.
JOHN RUDGE turned the flat cap into a symbol of protest as well as a fashion statement when he was Port Vale boss.