Surprisingly there are over 100 varieties of hats that exist. We will list down a few that are commonly used and popular in style :
This type of hats became popular in the 1860s when it was worn by the Brooklyn Excelsiors and has been used ever since.
Snapbacks have changed the game, these structured hats became synonymous with hip hop in the early 90s, and they’ve been a favorite among millennials and Gen Z’ers ever since.
Have you ever wondered how beanies hats got their name? The story goes that in the early 20th century “bean” was slang for “head!” Whether your beanie is cuffed, slouchy, or has a pom pom on the top, these hats are a must for chilly weather.
If you want a hat that’s tough and rugged, look no further than the trapper! This style was worn by frontiersmen and mountain climbers to protect against harsh winds.
Inspired by a French play named “Fédora.” where a princess of the same name wore a stylish, soft-brimmed hat. She became iconic for this look, and women all over France had to have a fedora of their own!
You need a keen eye not to confuse a trilby with a fedora. The main difference isn’t in the look, but in how the hats are worn. Trilby hats have a shorter brim, which is tilted down in the front. Fedoras, on the other hand, have a wider brim and are meant to be worn at a more level angle.
It’s hard to imagine, but there was a time before the internet where you had to pick up a newspaper for the latest gossip. Newsboys handed these out on the streets, wearing puffy flat caps or hats with a small visor on the front. Today, these hats are a major part of the fashion world.
Ascot caps have a hard, round shape on top. If you’re not a flashy person, these are great hats for you! They come in earthy or muted colors like beige, gray, brown, or black.
Outdoor hats worn for fishing, hiking, and safaris can be categorized as “boonies.” This style has an adjustable string, which keeps it tightly on your noggin.
Invented in Ireland 1900s, bucket hats have grown widely popular. A wide variety of people love these loose-fitting hats, from break dancers to fishers. They’re comfy, quirky, and good way to shield your head from the rain.
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