March 20th, 2017
The first piece of information that you need to know about Panama Hats, if you aren’t familiar, is that they aren’t made in Panama. You may be surprised to know that these high-quality hats have been woven in Ecuador since the 1600s.
March 12th, 2017
Colors are an important part of celebrating holidays; red, white, and blue on the Fourth of July, red and green for Christmas, and orange on Halloween. And, of course, green on St. Patrick’s day.
March 3rd, 2017
A traditional black hat is always a safe bet when you’re shopping for hats. Of course, everybody likes to break out of their shell a little bit now and then. It’s amazing what a daring, creative fashion choice can do for your morale when done right. But what color hat is right for you?
February 19th, 2017
It is said that the president of the United States of America wears seven hats, or has seven duties, during his career as head honcho. These include: Chief Executive, Commander in Chief, head of state, director of foreign policy, head of political party, economic guardian, and legislative leader. In honor of Presidents’ Day, hats.com is proud to present “10 Presidents We Associate with Hats”. Judging by most online political discussion, nobody actually wants to talk rationally about serious issues. Neither do we, so here are some fun pictures!
February 12th, 2017
There doesn’t seem to be total agreement on why Lincoln started wearing a top hat. Some historians say that he probably chose to wear the hat early in his political career as a “gimmick” to catch attention. Others theorize that he started wearing the hat when it became a popular way to show off wealth and stature. Historians point to Prince Albert, Queen Victoria’s husband, as the person from whom Americans picked up this high-class fashion trend. Regardless of of the true reason that Lincoln started donning a top hat, it stayed with him until the end of his life.