Whether using it to mask the fact that you overslept and had no time to sort your mane in the morning, or to shield yourself from solar rays, or to top off your look with an extra layer of color, the hat is a versatile mainstay of most wardrobes, whatever form it may take.
Now we’re not ones to generalize, but choice of headwear can often be tied to personality. A bucket hat for the ultra-laidback, while a cap might suit those more inclined to a sportier side of life. However your hat takes shape, Berlin-based streetwear destination HHV is a go-to for all styles. They also ship worldwide.
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First sitting atop fisherman, then becoming a won’t-be-seen-without-one piece of every sweaty-headed raver of ’90s Britain, the bucket hat has a storied place in culture. This is a headwear piece that’ll probably never die. And new options from the likes of Wood Wood, Carhartt WIP, and The North Face back up that claim. They all come in at affordable prices, too.
Dads, baseball players, truck drivers. The list of cap fans could go on and on. Dad-ready pieces below come from outdoor wear experts Patagonia and Columbia, while Wood Wood offers a minimal six-panel option for those looking for something more dialed-down.
Think beanie-wearer and someone on a wooden deck with four wheels will likely come to mind. But the beanie is much more than just the teenage skateboarder’s go-to. A good way of staying warm up-top when the weather dips, the beanie is the comfort fan’s best friend. Stüssy gives us a statement-making option, while skate label Butter Goods provides an orange piece that’ll work as well with a white tee as it would with darker, navy or black tones.
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