Headwear comes in many shapes and forms. Everything from ball caps, flat brim hats, to winter hats like beanies or headbands. It doesn’t stop there since accessories such as scarves and neck gaiters are headwear, as well. No matter the occasion, hats and headwear can become part of any style or attire.
Ball Caps and Flat Brim Hats | Headwear
First of all, one of the more common headwear pieces consists of ball caps. They originated from around 1860 during the era of baseball, hence the name. Use it to block the sun or add some style to your wardrobe. Ball caps could also be part of work attire or a uniform. Then there are the flat brim hats, which are more or less the cousins to ball caps. Choose to keep the brim flat or curve it if that’s what you’re used to. Or roll out with a trucker cap like the New Era NE403 – that usually consists of a mesh back. From a variety of sizes, styles and colors you’ll be sure to find one that best fits you.
Beanies and More
Need another way to stay warm? Then you may want to check out beanies or other headwear for cold environments. It’s easy to forget that our head isn’t covered up, when we’re rushing to get out the door. Beanies come in many different styles such as slouch, knit cap, and fleece lined. Or get your neck wrapped up with scarves with various lengths. Don’t forget about headbands, such as the Port Authority C916 Two-Color Headband. Perfect if you’re going for performance or if you’d like to stay toasty.
In conclusion, headwear can be great for utility – protecting from the elements like the sun and cold. Or it can be what ties an outfit together. You can also get most of your hats or accessories embroidered with your own text or logo. Good for sport clubs or standing out in general. Headwear is only a small portion of casual wear, but it can make a big difference. We have your head (or neck) covered!