All Hats Big and Small
Trying to copy another person's wardrobe style is a bit like trying to copy an artist's painting...with crayon... and a blindfold on. You won't have the right medium, the right background, or the right eye for it.
The world is run on adverse opinions and contradicting ideas. This is proven most plainly in fashion. There are so many options of fabric, shape, texture and colour that even attempting to copy somebody else's look is impossible. Even if you do find the same exact articles that somebody is wearing they will appear much different on you. It would be wrong.
So why try to replicate when you can originate? Dale here is a brilliant example, he does his own thing and it works!
Naturally, this brings me to hats.
The options are limitless, incomprehensible, unfathomable. Most of the time you can tell a lot about a person by the hat they wear. Nothing else is needed to profile somebody other than by the hat they are wearing.
A pedestrian could be absolutely stark naked apart from his western cowboy hat and you could deduce that he is a proud American. You could deduce that a man wearing a red beret is a french artist. And that a young boy wearing a baseball cap with a bent bill has athletic aspirations.
Although, I personally am not a hat person, I can respect what they represent and what they can mean to the person wearing them.