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For men hats and caps are more than a weather-dependent necessity. Of course the days in which men were obliged to wear a hat in public are long gone. But these days hats and caps have become a masculine accessory that we use to underline our own individual style and to complete our outfits in any season. Whether coloured contrasted or matched with jacket and shoes, thin woollen cap, robust beanie or sporty cap – hats and caps for men stand for relaxed casual looks and leave loads of room for individuality.
Thick snowflakes are whirling about outside your window as you draw back the curtains: the winter is giving it all it's got shortly before it comes to an end. It might be the last chance for a long winter walk with your dog – you leap out of bed, get dressed as quickly as you can and set off towards some nearby woods wearing a laid back peaked woollen cap and a lined cabin coat. You let the snow flakes dance around your nose and enjoy the quiet while your Labrador jumps about you like a mad thing. Back home there's still plenty of time for a shower and a coffee before you pull your plain black beanie over your still damp hair and head off to the station. Your mobile rings as you walk along: your best friend wants to go with a few friends to the winter market near where you live and wants to know if you'll join them – of course you'll be there! You travel straight to a building site in the city where you're managing the construction of a stylish new restaurant. Despite the inclement weather everything is going according to plan and you use the time to go through the construction drawings again with the site managers and to discuss every detail; then it's lunch time. You've arranged to meet your brother at a nearby Italian restaurant. You swap your yellow safety hat for a stylish tweed cap that you left at the site office last time you were there. You're already waiting at the table when your brother comes walking into the restaurant ten minutes late wearing a down jacket and a casual two-tone knitted cap. Over cannelloni and pizza you catch up on the latest news and discuss gift ideas for your dad's birthday in spring. You end up in a lively discussion after which you need to hurry to make it back to the office on time. Early that evening your friend comes to collect you, warmly dressed in a woollen coat and a casual winter hat, to head straight over to the winter market. In a merry group enjoying the last glass of mulled wine for the year, you all decide to take a ski trip together the following year – but in the meantime it's high time for the spring.
You don't have to wait long for the spring. You soon notice a few trees are covered by the first green flush of the year as you take your dog for a jog round the park in the mornings. In sweat pants and a sporty cap you jog along the familiar path enjoying the first few rays of warm sunshine. The restaurant construction is almost complete. In a lightweight cotton jacket and a nonchalant corduroy cap you make your final site visit today to be present during final acceptance and approval. The bright high-ceilinged rooms and high-quality fittings are impressive and you can immediately imagine the restaurant's lively and pleasant ambience. After handing over the building you find your brother waiting outside. He waves to you with his light cotton cap as you come out the door. You'd nearly forgotten – you're supposed to be getting your dad's birthday present today. You walk over to your brother and have to smile as you wonder whether the pair of you will ever be able to agree on anything.