Handbags and jeweler are the first things that come to mind when we think of accessories. We often overlook hats, despite the fact that they are one accessory that may protect you from the scorching heat this summer and are also an emerging spring summer trend.

They used to be worn to show one's rank, status, or profession in the past. Weather protection was given by a variety of head-wear. While headgear have become more of a relic in some countries, they are still widely used in others. When it comes to hats, there are a myriad of styles to choose from. Let's take a look at a few of them.

Baseball cap:

  • A boater hat is a straw hat with a flat crown and brim that is frequently adorned with a ribbon around the top.
  • The nickname "boater" comes from the fact that these caps are worn during rowing or sailing activities.
  • Usually wear a baseball cap for a relaxed and easygoing look. The front side is larger, allowing the face to be covered. 
  • They are really accessible, and they are the ones that everyone uses.

  • Sun hat:

    A sun cap is a hat that is designed to protect the face and shoulders from the sun by covering the entire head. 
    It comes in a variety of sizes, ranging from little to enormous brims that can reach seven inches in length.

    Flat cap:

    A flat cap features a tiny, inflexible top with a rounded front crown. This cap, sometimes known as a cabbies cap, lends a touch of class to any outfit. 

    The wide variety of patterns available for this cap type makes it a suitable choice for everyone.

    Boater cap:

    A boater cap, as the names indicate, has an essence to it. 

    The flat top and flat brim are usually composed of a material that gives the hat a sleek aspect while also giving it a preppy look.

    Bobble cap:

    The Bobble cap is a type of headwear with a design on the top. The snug fit around the skull usually provides warmth, and the Bobble cap is guaranteed to make you seem cute. 

    The style is available in a variety of sizes and forms, including fur and a neutral knit basis.

    Bucket Straw cap:

    Bucket Caps are light and breezy, making them ideal for a day in the sun. 
    To provide full protection, these caps include a rounded crown and a full circle brim that is structured downwards towards the eyes.

    Beret cap:

    In its early days, the beret was primarily used by the military, but it quickly gained popularity in the fashion world, with both men and women wearing it.
    A Beret Cap is a woven or hand knitted cap with a circular and flat topped crown made of wool, felt, or acrylic fibre. 
    It's a brimless cap that has evolved over time into a high-fashion item.

    Knit cap:

    A knit cap is normally referred of wool and is intended to provide maximum comfort and warmth in cold weather. 
    Even though there are many variations in this style, it is the curving design of these hats that distinguishes them as the most distinctive.

    These types of caps have such a sleek and sophisticated look to them that wearing them on your head will never leave you feeling out of style. The styles and looks will appeal to you, and you may try on these stunning pieces that are ready to complete your appearance. Don’t forget to tag us if you recreate any hat or cap look. And follow us on http://www.thestyletrader.com/  for more interesting fashion details.