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A hat as a popular accessory has been favored by many people at present. Celebrities especially like to wear various styles hats, and hats have become their artifacts of making them look great and avoiding paparazzi. There are many types of hats on the market. Men's hats mainly include Panama hats, fedora hats, Bowler hats, straw hats, bucket hats and others.

Hats are not only a classic way of matching with your outfit, but it also a versatile accessory for men, and it is suitable for any season. There are many styles of hats, and you should pay attention to different styles of hats, but the most basic point is to protect you from the sun and to keep you cool.

Panama Hat

Originating in Ecuador, Panama hats are traditionally woven from palm-like plant. The Panama is associated with coastal and tropical locales in colors. On the area of menswear, Panama hats reign supreme. With its good ventilation and moderate weight, it is ideal for ones to wear summer suit with a Panama hat. Don't wear clothes that are out of season.

Fedora Hat

Fedoras were once worn by businessmen around the world, but it's hard to get rid of the impression that less fashionable people wear them too. However, fedoras have been reinvented by creative designers who appreciate the casual and formal combination of fedoras. The hat has a longitudinal crease down the crown, and the pinch on both sides of the front. A good fedora should be made of felt with a firm and pliable brim. Fedoras come in different widths and colors, but it's best to choose neutral tones and medium widths. The fedora trend seems to have peaked.

Bowler Hat

This esteemed bowler hat was initially designed for the notorious British aristocrat and parliamentarian Edward Coke, it is about as British as awkward small talk of the weather. Despite its noble origins, it was an accessory that was popular with the working class before being taken away by the upper-class in London. Its unique charm also appeals Bolivian aboriginal women, as well as the rough and lonely gunmen in America’s old west. In fact, it is more popular than the typical cowboy hat.  

Bucket Hat

Bucket hats have appeared on mixtapes and dancefloors around the world. The emergence of the bucket hat can be traced back to the beginning of the 20th century that was originally used by Irish fishermen and farmers to block the sun and the rain, along with the development of the bucket hat gradually becomes a fashion item. It not only shades people but it also matches with most of the clothes because of its casual characteristics.

Newsboy Cap

The newsboy cap was very popular among the working class in Britain in the 20th century. The longshoreman and the merchant liked the hat. It features a curved brim, a puffy eight-panel body and a button at the top. The newsboy hat was once considered out-fashioned for a time, but now it's back in fashion. It is adaptable and adds a touch of personality with simple casual wear. This hat is definitely very warm in winter because it is made from tweed and has a very good effect of keeping warm.