Hats. Very prescient. I too am a terrible hat wearer and need advice, not so much for me but for my dad who's lost his hair this week due to his chemo. And I am his double, ergo if I look like a tw#t in a hat, so does he.
I can manage a baseball cap, but have mixed feelings. They are useful to keep the rain off my glasses, but I feel they should be principally confined to sporting use. But then Pete oxygenthief Doherty* pointed out 'there is no more distressing sight than that of an Englishman in a baseball cap'
*good songs, utter twunt
and while i kind of agree, because he said it I feel compelled to go against it. But a baseball cap on a 75 year old - really?
I can manage a beanie, but it has to be pulled down low because I have ears like a taxi with both doors open. And if I don't pull it right down, I look 'sunshine coach chic' (apologies, my wife's words, not mine, and no offence meant). And again, while a 75 year old can wear a beanie, it's 25 degrees out there....
So the only other hat that vaguely suited me was my daughter's summer holiday hat which was about a fiver from Accessorise, and looks like it was nicked off a beach front donkey. Including having had the brim chewed. Unfortunately it's too small and has a big pink flower on, and while there are male equivalents, it makes me look a bit 'fixie rider on holiday'
So I shall study some of these links and see if there's anything that might work. If you buy on line and look like a taunt, are they returnable (assuming so, they're not like underwear are they)