Choosing the Right Hat

HAT STYLES: WHICH WILL SUIT YOUR FACE SHAPE?
 
OVAL
The length of your face is equal to one and a half times the width of your face.
Slightly wider at the mid-points of the sides (cheekbone area, right below eye level).
Your jawline is softly rounded, not too narrow yet not too wide.
Your jawline is slightly narrower than the width at your temples.
YOUR HAT TYPE
Most hat styles will suit your face shape. Also, large brimmed hats; either floppy or straight, equal to or narrower than your shoulder width.
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ROUND
Your face shape is almost as wide as it is long.
Shorter than oval with a rounded jawline.
YOUR HAT TYPE
You will suit irregular brims (to create an angle) and prominent crowns. Designs with vertical features such as feathers in order to elongate your face.
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RECTANGLE
Your hairline is of approximately the same measurement as your jawline.
Your face shape appears strong and angular.
If your face appears long, it is probably classed as a rectangle.
YOUR HAT TYPE
You will suit hats with full brims and uplifted brims. You should avoid high crowns and small brims that make your face look longer.
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SQUARE
Your forehead is of approximately the same measurement as your jawline.
Your face shape appears strong and angular.
YOUR HAT TYPE
You will suit an irregular brim with/or a prominent crown which will make your face appear longer. Try wearing your hat at an angle to soften your face.
HEART
You are wider at the temples and forehead and narrower at the chin.
YOUR HAT TYPE
You will suit hats with prominent crowns to help make your forehead appear narrower and medium brims to prevent your chin looking narrower. Try wearing your hat on an angle.
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DIAMOND
You are widest at the cheekbones with a narrow forehead and equally narrow jawline.
YOUR HAT TYPE
You will suit hats with medium brims to help avoid making your forehead or chin appearing narrower. You will also suit hats with a side detail to help visually widen your forehead.

Choosing the Right Hat

HAT STYLES: WHICH WILL SUIT YOUR FACE SHAPE?

OVAL

The length of your face is equal to one and a half times the width of your face.
Slightly wider at the mid-points of the sides (cheekbone area, right below eye level). Your jawline is softly rounded, not too narrow yet not too wide. Your jawline is slightly narrower than the width at your temples.


YOUR HAT TYPE:
Most hat styles will suit your face shape. Also, large brimmed hats; either floppy or straight, equal to or narrower than your shoulder width.
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ROUND

Your face shape is almost as wide as it is long. Shorter than oval with a rounded jawline.


YOUR HAT TYPE:
You will suit irregular brims (to create an angle) and prominent crowns. Designs with vertical features such as feathers in order to elongate your face.
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RECTANGLE

Your hairline is of approximately the same measurement as your jawline.
Your face shape appears strong and angular. If your face appears long, it is probably classed as a rectangle.


YOUR HAT TYPE:
You will suit hats with full brims and uplifted brims. You should avoid
high crowns and small brims that make your face look longer.
-
SQUARE

Your forehead is of approximately the same measurement as your jawline. Your face shape appears strong and angular.


YOUR HAT TYPE:
You will suit an irregular brim with/or a prominent crown which will make
your face appear longer. Try wearing your hat at an angle to soften your face.

HEART

You are wider at the temples and forehead and narrower at the chin.


YOUR HAT TYPE:
You will suit hats with prominent crowns to help make your forehead appear narrower and medium brims to prevent your chin looking narrower. Try wearing your hat on an angle.
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DIAMOND

You are widest at the cheekbones with a narrow forehead and equally narrow jawline.


YOUR HAT TYPE:
You will suit hats with medium brims to help avoid making your forehead or chin appearing narrower. You will also suit hats with a side detail to
help visually widen your forehead.