4 Ways to Rock a Hat

Believe it or not, there is an art to the wearing of hats. It’s not so much how they’re worn, nor is it about the head upon which the hat sits – it’s all about dat style.

Four styles, to be exact. Here are four different ways you can rock a hat:

Hats are “Let’s Go Surfing” by dandingeroz and “Isotropics” by aparaat

The Dad Hat

“Springfield Isotopes” by Mike Marshall

Somewhere along the line, anything “dad-ish” became cool. And as far as trends go, dad hats are basically the new dad bod. 

The classic dad hat is for both the new and old school as an unstructured cap with adjustable antique brass buckle closure. Perfect for hitting the beach, streets, or justifying all the dad jokes you make on the reg (no shame).

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The Knit Beanie

“Dreaming of Destruction” by Joel Robinson

Can’t go wrong with a classic beanie. From disguising a gross hair day, to casual Fridaying up an outfit, beanies have a million uses, and are good for any season. Our knits have got the classic beanie fit for large and small heads alike. This one measures in at approximately 8.5” long, but who’s measuring.

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The Snapback Cap

“Dolphox” by Ross Zietz

Snapback’s back, alright…sorry, residual dad jokes. Perfect for blocking the summer sun or just rockin’ out with your snapback out. Classic shaped six-panel cap with color matching adjustable plastic snapback to fit any ol’ head. Hard brim with traditional green undervisor.

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The Cuffed Knit Beanie

“Everest” by Andy Smith

It’s never too early to think about those colder months and braving the cold. And if you do wear one of these in the dog days of summer, you’re just brave in general. Keep your noggin cozy and warm all year long with this one size fits all, 100% hypoallergenic acrylic knit beanie. Cuffed for your pleasure.

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Carlyn Hill

Dad joke aficionado, cartoonist, & contributor for sites like HelloGiggles and The Mary Sue by night. When I'm not writing or drawing, you can find me in my cave of a room hanging out with my boyfriend, Netflix.