A Hat That Matches Your Facial Features

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Fashion transcends age and grace. It is common for men to consider a prospective headgear based on whether they have a garment that matches with the hat and whether it rests comfortably on their heads. Unfortunately, very few of these men consider carefully whether they have the right face for the hat. For example, a man who has a square face should consider a hat that adds curvature, while softening the edges to make the face appear less boxy. A hat with a full, rounded medium height crown, a side tilt, wide width brim, minimal to non-existent taper should do. Therefore, a homburg and bowler is the recommended hat. Other facial and suitable men's hats include:

  • Short, full face

A round face can be balanced out perfectly with a moderate width brim and medium height & size crown- this helps to give the appearance of added height and an elongated face. A narrow hatband that features contrasting colors can add height. However, the wearer should avoid tilting the hat too much because this is likely to shorten the face even further. The recommended hats for short, full face include the Panama, Gambler and Fedora.

  • Long, thin face

A hat that helps to shorten the appearance of a long, thin face is a good investment. Hats that feature a shorter height crown and moderately wide brim can help offset the length of a long face. On the other hand, hats with too high, full, or square crowns should be avoided. A hat with a moderate taper and a wide hatband with contrasting color is a good idea. The hat can be tilted back slightly, to one side. The recommended hats are Derby, Homburg and Fedora.

  • Top-heavy face

Men who have prominent forehead need hats that can balance out the bottom and top half of their face. A top-heavy face is often wider on the top half and narrow at the chin line. Although there is nothing wrong with men having prominent forehead, a medium height to short height crown and brim rolled at the sides and back can help lessen the impact of the face's top half and reduce it to a more balanced size. They should avoid crowns that have a full or very high crown. A moderate taper and slight tilt that is not too far back is good. The recommended men's hats for top-heavy face are the Homburg and Fedora.

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