Headwear presents a dilemna: don a ball cap and risk bent-brim anonymity, or throw on a musty fedora and look like a brazen, old-timey pederast. For the third way, try La China Loca.
A debut line of modded-up 19th Century style noggin-wear, LCL's the nom de guerre of Anastasia Andino, an amateur arm wrestling champ cum FIT-trained hatmaker (you smell what the milliner's cookin?). Browse Loca's online sample collection, then email her your dome size, and she'll hook you up with one of her staples, ranging from a plaid-striped, hatbanded straw boater, to a turquoise-riveted, beaver-haired fedora called The Blade Runner, to a thin-quilled, big-brimmed pincher crown dubbed The Samurai Inspector -- named for the Kurosawa 1970s adult film, which he basically made for coke money. For more persnickety doffers, Loca'll create a custom hat, consulting with you on style (pork pie, gatsby, etc) and color, plus suggest atypical materials, e.g., recycled denim, burlap, even gold mesh -- for the modish PBR sipper who's soooo over Von Dutch.
For an extra fee, Loca will customize your hat's silk lining with a quote of your choosing, presenting its own dilemma: "If found, please return to..." vs "Don't do me like hat".