There are so many different hats on the market these days. Back in the mid-2000s, all I could remember were those Von Dutch trucker caps. In retrospect, they were hideous. I'll be forever thankful that my mother didn't let me get one of those.
|Marilyn Monroe looking very elegant.|
|A Woodstock Hippie here... most likely.|
|Aria Montgomery (Pretty Little Liars) in a cute floppy hat that is perfect for the beach.|
|From the Maltese Falcon.|
|Ren from NU'EST. I fell for that Jill by Jill Stuart hat. Of course, Ren's a looker too...|
Cloches are those hats I wish I could wear but can't. Definitely vintage 1920s but on me, it looks like I'm a 9-year-old playing dress-ups. It makes my face look bigger and that isn't flattering when you've already got a big round face.
|Clara Bow in a cloche.|
|Angelina Jolie in The Changeling|
Recently I've seen bowlers with ears. They're adorable but I still prefer the plain old bowler. I'd feel ridiculous wearing anything with ears.
Then there's the porkpie - a shallow hat with a flat top that resembles a pork pie. This hat is not flattering on me but I'm slightly envious of those who can pull it off.
Snapback caps have been everywhere in street fashion. Normally you'd see this in Hollywood on hiphop singers but I'm seeing them on k-pop idols and even in Japanese street fashion models. I'm not much of a cap person though. In case I have to clarify, the Snapback cap has a flat brim while the trucker cap has a curved brim.
|Ayumi Seto (Zipper model)|
|Katsuragi Ryo from Liar Game 2 (played by Rinko Kikuchi)|
|Misty Day from American Horror Story: Coven (on right).|