Whenever a buckets hat is mentioned, I think of rap culture because bucket hats are a mainstay on rappers like Schoolboy Q, Mac Millers, Tyler The Creator etc. This 90s accessory was not something I thought I’d wear because “it’s not really my style.” However, after attending this past PFW, I am convinced that bucket hats are not just for guys and are one of the chicest accessories for fashion girls this season.
On The Runway:
Bucket hats made a major comeback on the runway, and appeared in many designers’ collections, including Prada’s Knit Logo Bucket Hat, their Neon Bucket Hats ($5 similar here), Fenty x Puma’s Strapped Bucket Hats, Chanel’s Clear Bucket Hat (affordable version here), and more.
On The Street:
Bucket hats add a dose of cool and casualness into whatever outfits you’re wearing, so it’s no surprise how often they are seen on bloggers and It Girls. These street style photos show just how versatile bucket hats are. You can wear a snakeskins dress with matching snakeskins bucket hat like Rihanna, add a flurry bucket hat to a casual hoodie and jeans outfit like Bella Hadid, or keep it simple and add a white bucket hat to almost any outfit.