Welcome to Retro Week, where we'll be firing up the flux capacitor and bringing you 1950s know-how on everything from casserole-making to fallout-shelter-building to the joys of letting kids relax and play with trash.
These days there doesn't seem to be much order when it comes to hats. People wear whatever they like, whenever they like, wherever they like. That's all well and good, but once upon a time, everybody had a nice hat, and there were rules to follow. If you didn't, people could instantly tell that you weren't an upstanding member of society. Well, it's time we bring those rules back.
When It's Okay to Wear a Hat
Generally, it's okay to where your hat when you're outside, on the street, or in public areas, regardless of whether you're a man or woman. It is possible for some of these public areas to be inside, though. For example, it's okay to wear your hat indoors at places like hotel lobbies, airports, train stations, long indoor corridors, elevators, public transportation, etc.