pork pie hat from Scala
or a even more casual cadet cap or stingy brim hat from the Carlos Hats Collection
by Carlos Santana
It does take a bigger leap of faith to order a ball cap or fedora from a designer or hat brand
you may not have come across before, like Stacy Adams or 1333 Minna
, than it does when you buy a Kangol
newsboy or walking hat for instance, but it might help you to know that we here at MensHats.com are probably even more demanding as to the quality of the hats we sell than our most exacting customers. After all, it's how we make our living and we're determined not to starve.
line of men's hats out of NYC has a great line of Spring/Summer straw hats, while the new collection of stingy brim fedoras, cadet caps and ivy caps from Goorin
really does exceed expectations. The hats from Christys' Crown
have certainly never looked better, with one of my absolute favorites being The Merenda
, a fine and lightweight bao straw fedora with a snappy open weave.
So the next time you want a Bailey
stingy brim hat or fashion ivy cap or you'd like to give a Dobbs
fedora a try, whether you know the hat brand or not, have faith. You'll be as impressed with your new driver cap from Capas
as you are with your John B. Stetson
newsboy and famous Indiana Jones
fedora. And you'll look great in your new hat!