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    Five Ways To Wear Baseball Caps

    • Author:aungcrown
    • Source:Aung Crown
    • Release on:2020-12-30
    Wearing a baseball cap for any event or occasion is a popular American trend. Baseball caps came into being around the middle of the 18th century and became popular at the beginning of the 19th century. A classic baseball cap was made of cotton fabric with a bill large enough to shield the wearer's eyes from the sun or rain. Traditionally, a cloth-covered button was sewn on top of a baseball cap, and grommets or eyelets were placed around the cap for ventilation.

    Today, baseball caps are more popular than ever for both men and women. They are available as fitted caps in traditional hat sizes and as adjustable caps with a snapback or a slide closure. Here are some things that you can do to a fitted cotton cap and an adjustable cotton cap to fit them, shape them, and wear them.

    Luxe Minimalism
    We men owe a lot to those stylish Scandinavians, so what better way to doff a cap to them than by going understated, clean and minimal in the headwear department? And everywhere else, for that matter.

    Tactile fabrics like suede, wool and corduroy are all great options for affording your headgear a touch of luxury; particularly when paired with classic wardrobe staples such as a lightweight jacket and slim-fit chinos.

    Summer Ready
    When it comes to true summer essentials, a baseball cap is up there with warm tins of beer, a sand-filled picnic and sunscreen. But more than just being a way of avoiding forcibly squinting at the sun, the right style can also add some personality to a bog standard shorts and T-shirt look.

    On warmer days down at the beach or in the beer garden, use your cap to tie your outfit together by picking one in the same colour as another part of your outfit – be it your shirt or your sandals. Just make sure your chosen topper also goes with the other layers in your bag for when day drinking inevitably becomes a night session.

    Tonal Tailoring
    This look is as contemporary as they come, and the perfect way to wear a cap without looking like an angsty teenager. Simply pair a plain, premium-looking cap with an unstructured blazer worn over a T-shirt and finish with and a pair of crisp sneakers. Even someone from the nineties couldn’t say that doesn’t look great.

    From The Streets
    The love affair between high fashion and streetwear is still very much in its honeymoon period.

    Opt for a 5-panel or dad hat style, along with a hoodie or logo T-shirt and some cropped trousers or jeans. That way you can embrace the streetwear aesthetic in public, without looking like a try-hard.

    Transitional Topper
    The two annual periods of limbo between the scorching heat of one season and the frigid cold of the next can be notoriously difficult to dress for. But ditching the bobble hat or bare head for a baseball cap is a great place to start.

    Navigate such style seas with a wool/twill cap (depending on season), then throw on your favourite transitional jacket and layer underneath accordingly.

    Tips For Wearing A Baseball Cap
    1. Take the sticker off the brim, for the love of God. You’re not 50 Cent.
    2. Make sure it fits snug on your head. There’s nothing like frantically chasing a windswept cap down the street to ruin your carefree look.
    3. On the same note, make sure it’s not cutting off your circulation. A big red line across your forehead isn’t likely to elevate your look either.
    4. Wear it backwards seldomly and carefully. Never wear it sideways.
    5. Opt for simplicity over showiness wherever possible. A plain cap is classier and will go with more of your wardrobe.
    6. If you’re going to wear a cap for the day, make sure hat hair isn’t going to be an issue later on.

    Fitting a Baseball Cap
    A well-fitting baseball cap should sit comfortably above your ears with the bill resting in the middle of your forehead. The crown of the baseball cap should top your head, leaving a little space between your head and the cap. A baseball cap should fit on your head so that it will not come off with a wind gust yet won't leave a mark on your forehead. You should be able to easily spin the cap around your head to wear it facing forward or backward.

    If your fitted baseball cap is a little tight, you can dampen the crown of the cap with hot water and place it on the outside of a bowl or pot. As the cap dries, the band of the cap will stretch and get bigger.

    If your fitted baseball cap is a little loose, you can spray water on the inside and outside of the band without spraying the section near the brim. Place the cap on a flat surface like a kitchen counter and use a hairdryer to begin to dry the outside of the band. Flip the cap onto the crown and use the hairdryer to begin to dry the inside of the band. While the band is still slightly damp, place the cap on your head and allow it to air dry as you wear it.

    Breaking In a Baseball Cap
    To initially break in a new baseball cap, dampen it with hot water and wear it. While you wear it, curve or flatten the bill with your hands to shape it the way you like it. Wear the baseball cap as it air dries so that it conforms to the shape of your head.

    Shaping the Bill of a Baseball Cap
    It is currently fashionable to wear a baseball cap with a flat bill that just slightly curves around your face. When you buy a new baseball cap and want to flatten the bill a little, you can dampen the bill with hot water, place it on a flat surface, and weigh it down with a flat-bottomed cooking pot filled with water.

    If you want to curve the bill on a new baseball cap, you can lightly spray it with hot water and gently roll it until it fits inside a large coffee mug. Allow the baseball cap to remain in the mug until it dries and takes the shape you want.