flat-capped Ena Sharples
I came across this expression,
--- excaped from its flat-capped Ena Sharples image to a sophisticated modern company.
Does "flat-capped" mean "country" or "provincial".
I found that Ena Sharples is a character with this atributes.
Thank you in advance.
Re: flat-capped Ena Sharples
I am not familiar with Ena Sharples character but I think "flat-capped" refers to a flat cap which is a hat... and it looks like the one Henry VIII used to wear. Even rappers nowadays are wearing flat caps, only backwards.
Originally Posted by takashi
Hope it helps,
Natalie27, thank you very much for your reply.
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