How to wear the #summer hat without breaking the bank

You have the summer hat, and you want to show it off to your friends.

So, how do you make it look casual and casual yet stylish and cool?

The easiest way to do that is to ditch the traditional brim and just add a little brim for a casual feel.

Here’s how.


Go for the casual look: The first thing to do is take a look at the rest of your hat.

You might think this is a classic summer hat.

It might look cool to wear with a tee, but if you want something a little more casual, it’s best to keep things simple.

Here’s a simple example of a classic, casual summer hat with a brim:And here’s what it looks like when you add the brim:The first thing you notice is the softness of the brim.

That softness makes it easier to slide it over your head, so it looks more casual.

The second thing you’ll notice is how soft the brim is, making it easier for you to wear without losing any weight.

And it’s also easier to keep the hat clean when you’re wearing it in the summer, as the brim won’t be pulled up and there won’t have to be any extra weight to the hat.

Here are some pictures of how you can do this:If you want a more casual look, there are a few different ways you can go about adding a brim.

The simplest way is to take a clip out of your existing hat and just trim off the top of the clip to give you a little extra room.

This way, you can keep the brim clean, but still have enough room to slide your hat over your shoulder.

Here is a more in-depth tutorial on adding a clip to your summer hat:The second method is to remove the clip, and trim the top back of the hat to create a simple, loose brim.

You can then wear the hat as usual.

You don’t have much room to slip the hat over the head, but it will look great when you do.

Here you can see how this works:And this is how it looks when you remove the clips:There are other ways to make the hat more casual than just adding a few extra inches to the brim, like a wide brim or a full brim.

But the trick to adding a simple brim is to do it in a way that’s easy to do on your own.

Here, I cut the top down a little to add some extra room for a small buttonhole.

You could do the same with the other side of the hats, or you could add a piece of string.

Whatever works for you.

Here is a simple way to add a full-brim summer hat to your closet:If all else fails, you could just wear it like a normal hat.

The downside of this is that you won’t feel like you’re losing weight as the hat is going to look more like it has a full, loose look, which will be hard to achieve if you are trying to look stylish and casual.

If you have any tips for making a summer hat look casual on a budget, please share in the comments below.