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There are many types of hats for both men and women. A hat may be worn for fashion or it can be worn for a specific purpose. Depending on the style of hat, it can be worn by either men or women. Some hats are also considered one size fits all, regardless of the size of your head. The following are key hat-related terms to help you shop.

  • Beret - A soft cap. This is typically made with wool or felt. This is a round, flat-crowned hat.
  • Beanie - This is a hat that is a tight fit on your head. These are often worn during the winter time and are also referred to as skull caps.
  • Fedora - A soft felt hat that is often associated with detectives in the early 20th century. The fedora is characterized by its brim and tapered crown.
  • Baseball Cap - This is a cloth cap with a brim in the front. It was originally worn by baseball players, which is where the name comes from.
  • Visor - A type of cap that doesn't cover the top of your head, but includes a brim to shield the sun. These are similar to baseball caps, but without the top portion of the hat.
  • Summer Cap - This is a light hat. Many summer caps are made of straw. It is characterized by the large brim used to shield the sun.
  • Winter Cap - This is a hat that is intended to keep your ears warm amidst cold temperatures. This may include the beanie or the mad bomber.
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    Schatzlein Saddle Shop
    413 W Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55408
    Minneapolis Western and English Store, Boots, jeans, hats, apparel, horse care, saddle and tack since 1907.
    (612) 825-2459
    Alterations Boutique
    432 N 1st St Apt 315, Minneapolis, MN 55401
    (612) 545-7276
    Ladies 1st Apparel
    821 W Broadway Ave, Minneapolis, MN 55411
    (612) 367-4742
    FREE HUG Clothing
    Minneapolis, MN 55404
    (888) 909-8762
    3001 Hennepin Ave Ste 1170, Minneapolis, MN 55408
    (612) 825-1142
    A Bag Lady
    2856 Johnson St Ne Ste 100, Minneapolis, MN 55418
    (612) 788-4243
    Impressive styles
    2730 Portland Ave S Apt 302, Minneapolis, MN 55408
    (612) 203-5993
    Charming Charlie Minneapolis
    1676 West End Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55416
    (763) 546-9530
    White House Black Market
    1633 West End Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55416
    (763) 544-0602
    4 Ever Image boutique
    3208 W Lake St # 134, Minneapolis, MN 55416
    (507) 384-9025
    Clothes Mentor - MPLS Calhoun
    3252 W Lake St, Minneapolis, MN 55416
    (612) 920-3459
    4954 France Ave S, Minneapolis, MN 55410
    (952) 925-5474
    Soma Intimates
    1024 Rosedale Ctr Ste 475, Saint Paul, MN 55113
    (651) 636-6685
    White House Black Market
    177 Rosedale Ctr, Saint Paul, MN 55113
    (651) 636-4950
    Old Navy
    2480 Fairview Ave N Ste 7, Saint Paul, MN 55113
    (651) 636-4524

    Both men's and women's hats have played a major role in military, fashion and religious history. Some of the most iconic fashion images have been marked by what was worn on one's head. Now, hats of all types, both modern and vintage styles, are enjoying a resurgence in popularity and can be seen anywhere from baseball games and golf tournaments to costume parties. There are an almost limitless number of styles of head coverings available to shoppers. Fedoras are a popular choice for both men and women, and are often worn with other elements of 1920's or 30's dress. Casual wool winter caps are a practical solution to fighting cold weather and knit beanies are as popular with adult customers as they are with kids. For summer days at the beach or patriotic celebrations, sun visors, snappy berets and elegant straw hats are a popular choice that serve both stylish and practical purposes. Boy and girl sports' teams will often show their spirit through the wearing of a cap emblazoned with their team's logo. When wearing a structured hat like a fedora, the key to looking sharp is in the fit. Many contemporary customers are used to adjustable brims, and they may need to visit a traditional haberdasher for a fitting in order to get a hat that is properly sized. Soft hats, like beanies, are typically easier to fit, and are made with elastic material that makes them more forgiving. Those who are looking for guidance on the proper hat size for their head should consider visiting a local tailor or a store that specializes in vintage hat styles to find a chic and well-fitted option.
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