Caps and hats are not just for cold days. These headgears are the perfect summer companions and provide additional protection when the sun is really burning


Bucket hats, popular with sportswear fans

handsome man wearing white Bucket hat


Bucket hats (also known as bucket hats) have long been decried as a no-go piece and were rediscovered by fashion-conscious hipsters a few years ago. Since then, the hats, which look like little upturned buckets, have become a must-have accessory for sportswear fans. Instead of fishing clothes, the cool pieces in bright colors are now worn with streetwear in the 90s sports style. If bright colors and patterns are too much for you, then choose restrained colors (see cover picture above), which you can also combine with relaxed jeans and t-shirt outfits.

Fedora hats for chic summer looks

handsome man with Fedora hat


A classic fedora is the most famous and popular shape of a hat and is usually made from felt. The wide brim and the high, slightly dented crown are typical of this silhouette. The summer version made of woven straw is not only the most chic, but also the most airy headgear. A straw fedora is certainly not a hat that you can wear with everything in everyday life. It takes a little practice. The safest and most stylish way to combine a straw hat with a light-colored, unlined suit made of thin wool or linen. The perfect look for a summer wedding or garden party.

The kepi remains in trend

The baseball cap has been worn since the mid-19th century and established itself as the most popular headgear in the 1980s


The baseball cap has been worn since the mid-19th century and established itself as the most popular headgear in the 1980s, thanks in part to the hip-hop movement. Rap stars like Dr. Dre, Ice Cube, and Eazy-E shaped the gangsta style and combined the cool hat with baggy pants and oversized T-shirts. This summer, classic baseball caps with a purist look, without patterns or logo prints, are trendy. You can give any chic outfit a sporty athleisure look with plain-colored headgear. We even style a baseball cap with a suit and wear it with puristic sneakers in retro tennis style.

Flat caps are cool it-pieces

The flat cap, also known as the flat cap, originally came from England (14th century)


The flat cap, also known as the flat cap, originally came from England (14th century), was known in the USA as the newsboy cap of the newspaper boys, and was decried as a senior citizen's cap. The big, fashionable U-turn for the hat came when pop stars of the 90s wore the popular hat brand Kangol. The highlight of the Kangol hat was that it was worn the wrong way round. This style is back this summer and is styled with designer sneakers, crossbody bags, and cool tracksuits.

Vintage fans wear pork pie hats

Vintage denim and heritage style is becoming more and more popular with many men and, thanks to their timeless look, are always wearable.


Vintage denim and heritage style is becoming more and more popular with many men and, thanks to their timeless look, are always wearable. Japanese raw denim jeans with selvedge seams, tough work boots, and robust workwear in vintage style are particularly popular. This summer, bowling shirts and Clubmaster sunglasses in 50s style are the main features of this look. That little something extra: a trilby hat made of straw. If you want something a bit more classic and you like an old-school jazz vibe, then go for a pork pie hat. The pork pie is the rounder brother of the trilby and is popular with musicians and vintage fans.

There is the right headgear for every fashion style. Our favorite this summer is the bucket hat with its cool old-school look.