Bucket hats were quite trendy in the ’90s, but for the past few years the snapback cap (another ’90s favorite) and the stingy brim fedora, have ruled supreme.
NOW hat the stingy brim fedora has been knocked off its fashionista pedestal, I see a resurgence of the bucket hat. It has been a go-to-hat for black urban youth who were so tired of the hipster fedora. Pulled low on the head and worn with dark glasses it can have a kool and menacing look. The early adopters are certainly going with tropical prints.
Rihanna has almost single-handedly made the bucket hat cool again. Thanks to style icons and trendsetters like Rihanna the bucket hat is having another moment. In the past she’s rocked floral printed hats by Joyrich and Profound Aesthetic – all of which quickly sold out after she wore them. Here are four floral and tropical bucket hats inspired by the star’s love of the utilitarian headgear. And they are all stolen from the boys. I think Rihanna would approve.
Cartoon and graphic Black and white printed canvas are also popular.
|JEREMY SCOTT 8 BALL BUCKET|
|DUCKIE BROWNS RETRO BUCKETS|
For those of us who are looking for a more wearable look, we can find the trend at J Crew.
Tommy Bahama by DORFMAN PACIFIC, has a great summer bucket available at Lord and Taylor.
|TOMMY BAHAMA TBW145-KHAKI|
So wear a bucket hat for the summer of 2015 and work the look.
Check out these classic buckets from DORFMAN PACIFIC.
|Best selling style 863 in pigment dyed twill.|
|STYLE 830D. POPLIN RAIN BUCKET|
|scala classico British tan|