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Hats off to hats: Dapper look is back

9:10 PM, Jan. 18, 2013
'Mad Men's'' Don Draper
'Mad Men's'' Don Draper
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Long before Don Draper and Justin Timberlake brought sexy back to the fedora, hats were once as common on a man's head as socks on his feet. Simply put, a man was not properly dressed without one.

But along the way, hats faded into the back of men's closets, and the baseball cap eventually took over the pate.

Fast forward a few decades: Tradition has reared its well-coiffed head again. Wide-brimmed, high-crowned, feather-adorned hats are resurgent at a time when celebrities and nostalgia-inspired TV shows such as "Boardwalk Empire" and "Mad Men" are telling men it's acceptable to care about ...

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