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Questions to Ask When Shopping for a Hat

Hats come in many different forms, shapes and sizes. There are varying reasons to purchase or to wear a hat. Beanies, fedoras and sombreros are some examples. If you are shopping for something in the headwear family, here are a few questions you should ask yourself before you start.

  • What style do I like?
    Hats, as with anything you wear, can be considered a fashionable item. A fedora is considered more of a hat for fashion purposes. When you are making a purchase, there is more to consider than whether the cap fits. You will want to find something that matches your style.

  • Who will wear the hat?
    Some hats can be used for anybody. Other caps are specifically for men or women. There are also caps designed specifically for girls or boys. Find a hat the fits your head and feels comfortable. A unisex cap would be acceptable for men and women.

  • What fabric do I want?
    When deciding what hat you want to wear, the fabric is just as important as anything. Depending on what occasion you are using the hat for, you will want to make sure it is comfortable. Some materials may not hold up well under certain weather conditions, which is another thing to consider.

  • What season am I buying for?
    Certain caps are made for specific seasons. During the Summer, you may not wish to wear a hat that is made of heavy material. During the Winter, you might want to have a beanie or skull cap. A beanie is intended to cover your ears and keep you warm.
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    (212) 941-9656  
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    Little Madam Tutu
    6 reviews: *****
    Serving Tristate Area, Staten Island, NY 10308
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    "My child wanted Elmo on his shirt for his birthday. I called Little Madam Tutu, and they were soo helpful. I ordered one of the hand-painted shirts and personalized it too, he wouldn't take the shirt off, it made me feel soo good as a mom to see my sons' face light up. I will def. order from them again, and I will be passing the good word around as well. ..."
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    Hat designers, often referred to as milliners, have played a major role in bringing head coverings back into fashion. Most have hat lines that cater to both men and women, offering elegant fedoras, straw hats and wool beanies that are well-crafted and sold at fine department stores. In addition to these high end options, shoppers can also find lower priced options at most mainstream chain and specialty stores, as well as through local vintage shops.

    Many hat manufacturers are now allowing shoppers to design their own baseball caps, sun visors and beanies. These options are available with fitted or adjustable bands, and are often offered in both adult and kid sizes. As customers are free to choose their own embellishments, they can create head wear that will identify the wearer as part of a sports team, or create options that will mark a special event, such as a corporate golf tournament.

    Military surplus stores often carry vintage berets and other military-inspired styles. These patriotic options are generally fitted and made with wool and other durable materials. In addition to the true examples that are available to shoppers, there are also a number of labels that offer men's and women's clothing and accessories that are inspired by military uniforms of the past.

    Head coverings have been popular elements in the wardrobes of the well-dressed for centuries. From practical knit winter hats to snappy fedoras to summer's luxurious straw sunhats, they have served a variety of purposes, from shielding the wearer's eyes from the sun to marking them as a member of a particular social class. With everything from high end designer options to customizable baseball caps available for purchase, men, women, boys and girls alike can accessorize any look with a practical and fashionable hat.

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