So then people wear them with t-shirts and jeans, only to realize later that that was the worst fashion decision they could have made. It's like wearing dress shoes with sweat pants, but less subtle. Rock a nice fedora next time you wear a corresponding suit, and you're golden. Otherwise, you're that guy who wears fedoras and thinks he looks cool.
This probably isn't what you mean, but when you say that I think of two things:
1) You collect fedoras and don't wear them because they are a very non-essential piece of clothing aka fashion accessory 2) You wear fedoras to in memory of your grandmother who you promised on her deathbed you would wear fedoras like she always wanted you to.
While those are some interesting takes on my statement, you're right, that's not what I meant. What I meant was simply that I find the shape of a fedora interesting and I like the feel of one on my head.
What are you talking about? Fedoras doesn't go well with suits. Fedoras works better with t-shirts than with suits. Hell, fedoras work with anything except suits or any other formal attire. Wait, are you talking about those small "gangsta" fedoras? [link] If you are then I'm inclined to agree with you, but I'm talking about REAL fedoras. One of these beauties: [link]
Fedoras were designed as formal attire, and, when the correct one is worn with the proper suit, fills that roll. The REAL fedora you linked is not a fedora, but a tribly, which also makes you look like a tool in conjunction with t-shirts. I'll admit that there are exceptions to this tool-status, but they're best to avoid.
Google image search begs to differ. Searches for both fedora and trilby turns up images of both kinds, but a majority of results for "trilby" looks like this: [link] and the most of the results for "fedora" (of those that aren't a Linux GUI) looks like this: [link] Indiana Jones wears a fedora, not a trilby. It appears as if you have gotten your definitions wrong.
The future is full of improbability. The slightest change in anything could have devastating effects on the timeline, and create mass destruction. Green is statistically the least likely color to kill people in any equation, according to most scientists, therfore making it a safer choice to use then another color such as red, or blue. However, if the green is not shaded right there is a chance that grasshoppers will devour to many crops, creating a starvation period for fifty years during which, nations would fight eachother for resources, and nuke the crap out of eachother. And don't get me started on seafoam green.