February 10, 2021News
A bucket hat is a unisex street-style essential that is all over our Instagram feed. The bucket hat has come a long way from its humble start in the 40s before becoming an icon of the 80s and 90s. This accessory is one that you can wear all year round, whatever the weather might bring. It’s one of the easiest hats to style and is a rival to the baseball cap. We’re going to cover everything you need to know about the bucket hat, including how to incorporate it into your closet.
The bucket hat started its life as a style worn by fisherman to keep their heads covered while working in the rain. They broke into the mainstream in the 80s and 90s as part of the hip hop culture, making their way into the world of streetwear. A bucket hat has a downward brim and a flat top, making it easy to fold away into your backpack or tote bag to take with you on the go.
You can now find the bucket hat in every fabric from nylon to faux fur. Whatever your style is, there’s a bucket hat out there for you
There are over 1 million photos on the #buckethat, giving you plenty of inspiration for how you could wear your own.
If you’re not sure where to start, a black bucket hat is the most versatile choice. It will match virtually any outfit and you have endless styling options. You can keep it casual with blue wash denim jeans and a t-shirt or focus on oversized silhouettes to embrace the 80s aesthetic.
You can wear a bucket hat as a statement piece choosing a statement print like tie-dye or a brighter colour like white to lighten your look. Yellow is the colour of the year, making the bucket hat an easy way to embrace the trend. If you decide with a print, you can make the bucket hat the starting point for your outfit and keep it all within one tonal family. Bucket hats are the perfect way to add a new trend to your closet. You’ll end up with one in every colour of the rainbow.
For fans of the Y2K look, you’ll want to experiment with the faux fur bucket hat. You can juxtapose the brim of the accessory with a fitted outfit, such as a long-sleeve crop top and a pair of flared trousers.
Bucket hats have become so popular in recent seasons that almost every brand offers one in their catalogue. Whatever your budget or price point, you can be guaranteed to find one that works for you and your style. If you want to make a splurge purchase, look at Gucci or Fendi for a monogram bucket hat that incorporates the logomania trend. Adidas, Nike, and Champion are the best brands to shop at if you’re a fan of the athleisure trend and want a bucket hat with a sporty feel.
Are you a fan of the bucket hat? How do you like to style it?
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