No matter your face shape, wearing a hat can be a necessity on a sunny day at the beach, a ball game, or to your favorite amusement park with the fam. There are many different face shapes. Some key face structures are oval, circle, oblong, heart, square, and triangle.
We’ve all had our share of comments from our mothers or significant others that maybe “that hat isn’t quite your shape.” We’ve got some news; at the end of the day, if you like your cap and you feel good in it, that’s what matters! But here are some tips to follow when looking for your next cap.
Caps for an Oval Face
Congrats, everything looks good on you! Go to the extremes and pull it off. Go bold, show off.
Caps for a Circle or Round Face
Consider high profiles, structured flatbills, and hats with angles. Pulling the hat angled down gives it more features and another line to distract from facial curves.
Caps for an Oblong Face
Choose hats with a low profile, like dad hats and low-profile structured hats. You can also rock bucket hats and sun hats of all shapes and sizes.
Caps for a Heart-Shaped Face
Beanies are your best friend. Choose hats that balance out the width of your forehead. Keep clear of wide brims. Feel free to wear your baseball cap backward or embrace your 90’s nostalgia with baggy drawers and sweeping the cap to one side. For backward comfort, consider a soft snap closure cap or soft material hook and loop tape caps.
Caps for a Square Face
Square faces are built for sunshine, or sun hats and bucket hats. You can also tilt your cap to one side to throw off the squareness of the baseball look with your jawline. Avoid square hats or large structured hats and opt for low profiles with more rounded features.
Caps for a Triangle Face
Try them all! The options are versatile. Just choose a hat that balances your shoulder line and goes with your outfit.
Everyone looks good in a cowboy hat, we don’t make those, but we make a thousand different baseball hats, and we believe there is one for any type of face shape and style.