We’ve tackled hat stories before from statement headwear to embellished ones. Now, we’re bringing you another hat trend that we’ve been seeing on social media and in some retail stores as well. Captain hats and biker caps seem to be the go-to accessory for some people, including some celebrities. If you’re tired of wearing dad caps but still want to wear a brimmed hat, try this trend and see how Bella Hadid and Kiana Valenciano have been styling them.
Bella wore a bright red hat with a black brim to the V Magazine dinner in New York. Her outfit was a denim dress with gold buttons running down the center. She also added a black and red Chanel belt to cinch her waist and match her hat.
Andrea likes to accessorize with all types of headwear. Scrolling through her Instagram account, you will see her sporting different hats and headbands. Her latest fashion choice was a black biker hat embellished with three silver rings.
Kaia is also fan of these hats as she styled different ones with multiple outfits. She wore a dark blue one with black embroidered detail and paired it with a white T-shirt and denim bottoms. She also wore a plain blue version with a leather jacket, striped pants, and black boots.
Kiana decided to go for a denim hat option. This one had a more poofy top and featured stitching detail. Keeping it casual, she wore a black top and pants along with silver jewelry.
Kourtney has also been seen sporting these captain and biker hats on her Instagram page. Like Bella, she wore a red one and paired it with a white T-shirt, jeans, red and white striped button-down, and white sneakers. She also wore a white one on a boat (of course). To match, her outfit was a white and red crop top and brown shorts with red details.
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