5 Men’s Hats Everyone Should Know And Own
Hats come in many shapes, sizes and fabrics. So allow us make it easier for you to make a decision.
Until recently, fedora hats were mostly worn by men. This style of hat is typically creased lengthwise down the front with a pinch in the front, sometimes referred to as a teardrop crown. In the 1950’s Gangster style fedora gained popularity it became associated with Hollywood glam and has been widely worn by celebrities since then
They are fun for great ideas for Halloween Costumes. Not only is it fun for dress up but the Hat will last and work with your wardrobe all year round.
Of course cow boy hats are the most obvious. They can deck one out in every style from head to toe. Shirts, shoes, and buckles no problem. Cowboy hats and Cowgirl Hats are traditionally high-crowned, wide brimmed hats associated with the western attire of the North American cowboy. Although today they are seen on the heads of western enthusiasts in cities and countryside throughout the world.
However, it is still associated with ranch workers in the Western and Southern United States, Western Canada, and Northern Mexico. Country western singers and athletes on the North American Rodeo Circuit wear cowboy hats while performing.
Often referred to as a Bowler, Derby’s were originally worn by British civil servants and bankers. Later it gained popularity with the American workingman. This hat, not the Cowboy or the Sombrero, was the most popular hat in the American West. Lawmen and outlaws such as Bat Masterson, Butch Cassidy, Black Bart, and Billy the Kid all wore these them.
Nothing completes a well-groomed look, like the perfect dresshat. Since earlier times when men did not walk out the door without a hat on their head, these hats made a statement about the person wearing them. They have been used throughout history to denote social status, profession, marital status, and style. Dresshats are a favorite amongst fashion bloggers.
Porkpie hats are unmatched in conveying an image of “cool.” They are a type of fedora hat with a cylindrical crown that is flat on top, sometimes referred to as a telescope crown. Crafted out of straw, felt or cloth, they have a low crown, usually about 3 1/2” tall. The crown is generally creased, with a continuous indentation around the perimeter of the crown, and the center popping upward.
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