So why do female otaku always wear this kind of hat?
Tomoko, Konata, Umaru, and others all wear this hat when they're in their casual outing outfits. What's the story behind this?
Hats are just usually a sign of not wanting to take the time to do your hair properly before going out. It's not otaku exclusive, but is typically conducive to the type of personality prevalent among them; too lazy to put too much effort into presentation.
Sometimes it's to not draw attention to themselves.
Women's fedora, I guess. Also, if the hat is bigger you can use to avoid looking directly to people.
Because it clearly has the plot but I'm sort of over JUST fanservice if there is no Yuri like Sakura Trick. Now THAT was a satisfying anime.
Flat cap/Gatsby? I don't know for sure, because it's the kind of hat that has a bunch of different names. Also I think it's unissex, but you should probably check this with /fa/ first, cause I'm no expert.
I think it's called a scally cap, although that might be the specific style with little/no brim.
These one with the big brims 2D grils wear lately .. I don't know, I always thought of that as an 1800s-looking (like train conductor or factory worker) hat.
My hair is incredibly stubborn. 90% of the time I wear a beanie. I always tell myself I am going to let my hair grow out long but then I always shave it all off at the beginning of the year because I don't feel like dealing with it anymore.
>put shirt on
>hair messed up
>put shirt on before do hair
>hair messed up and can't fix
>lay head on something for 2 minutes, ruined
I always call the caddy has
my dad calls them newsboy hats. I own one and I didn't know till now.
Theyre called a lot of fucking shit
>A flat cap is a rounded cap with a small stiff brim in front. The hat is also known as a cabbie cap, longshoreman's cap, cloth cap, scally cap, Wigens cap, ivy cap, golf cap, duffer cap, duckbill cap, driving cap, bicycle cap, Jeff cap, Irish cap, Newsboy cap, Crook cap, or a Paddy cap and in regional varieties: in Scotland as a bunnet, in Wales as a Dai cap, and in New Zealand, as a cheese-cutter.
Oh and to make matters better
>The newsboy cap or newsy cap is a casual-wear cap similar in style to the flat cap. Sometimes also referred to as the: Baker Boy, Bandit Cap, Apple Cap, Eight Piece Cap, Eight Panel, Cabbie, Jay Gatsby (from The Great Gatsby), Fisherman's Cap, Pageboy, Applejack Hat, Lundberg Stetson, and the Poor Boy Cap.
Alright I believe you.
I always love it when people on boards like /a/ or /v/ get indignant and act like they know more about fashion/dress better than people on /fa/.
It's okay, anon, we already got the first volume from one nice anon. I'm working on chapter 15 now, and after that we'll get on to chapter 4 from the volume and anything else people missed.
Sorry this shit takes so long, I started this on the side and now it's kinda waiting for me since I get no cash for this stuff and am looking for a job.
Also, yeah, Galko totally gives shota vibes in chapter 15, just wait for the translation.
Tfw you realize that your waifus wearing kimonos were pantsuless
Doing god's work.
>Also, yeah, Galko totally gives shota vibes in chapter 15
Maybe she just feel more comfortable around kids? Like an older sister teasing a boy isn't something unnatural in the eyes of a normal person, plus she want to be a mother, of course she would like kids.
Anything but a fedora (or anything that looks like it), and a tophat. Bowlers are questionable, very few can make it work. Normalfag-tier is baseball cap; see if you can cop a palm tree one that /fa/ always wants, but never wears if you go that route.
You might also consider a porkpie hat.
beanies are pretty accepted as not all that faggoty, and jeep caps are pretty much the same. Bucket hats too since they remind people more of stoners, fishermen, and people from the late 90's rather than faggots
Do people usually wear beanies like loose on their head? or fitting? I have a weird ass beanie that's like double sided or something so its hard to not look like you're wearing a condom on your head.
>loose on their head? or fitting?
Both, depending on the style of beanie. Loose for the "I'm cool, and smoke weed and don't really give a shit" look, and fitting for "I want to keep my head warm" look.
This fag from SMT: Nocturne wears one so I guess men can wear it, not that it looks any good.