Randomization would not have been possible with a single cast followed by an initial IRC socket fitting and eventual brim removal to create the brimless
version of the Stormy Kromer had recently been introduced, with some success, but who was buying this version of the Stormy Kromer and why?
Available in the late 1980s, it conveniently doubled as a rainproof brimless
cap or as a watertight drinking cup.
turban or fez (a brimless
, cone-shaped, flat-topped hat made of felt).
A small nearly brimless
hat of white felt with a narrows band of colorful weaving plus sandals, coca bag, and a poncho of dark stripes complete the outfit.
Two figures face each other beneath a street lamp, one the artist himself in suit and bowler, the other a grossly disfigured veteran, wearing the familiar brimless
cap of the German enlisted man at the time of World War I.
It consisted of a piece of cloth large enough to cover my entire body that was sewn to a finely embroidered, brimless
A stage Irishmen in the regulation brimless
white hat and knee cords, a shillelagh in his hand and a dancing dog at his side, gives them a 'goodnight' as he sallies forth to earn a crust by singing and dancing in the public house.
Turbans had become popular by the fifteenth century in Europe, as had the hennin--a high, coneshaped woman's headdress resembling a brimless
It made sense that he, who had impersonally machine-gunned thousands of Germans in their spiked helmets or brimless
cockaded caps, should now be dealing in even bigger numbers, not so much to count as to confront himself with some interminable vastness that would dwarf him and his doings.
Perhaps the most famous was when Ataturk banned the wearing of the fez in public; the brimless
fez was traditionally worn by Muslim men so they could touch their forehead to the ground when they prayed.
The Beret: Flat, brimless
design that may be worn straight on the head, pulled down to cover the head, tilted over one eye, or worn on the back of the head.
version of the royal bonnet had bigwigs squirming.
But actually, the round, brimless
style was first seen in the '20s.
Five years ago, brightly colored handwoven Kente cloth, brimless
Kufi hats, earthy mud cloths from Ghana and Senegal and bone-toned cowrie shell jewelry appeared to be a nostalgic way of dressing among African Americans.