What's the best shape for me?
Hats are like love. There's a hat out there for everyone…and once you find it, you'll know. We're good at playing matchmaker. We want to help you find the perfect hat. If you're looking for a little hat love, read this guide to get started. We'll walk you through the basics. Or just come into one of our hat shops and we'll take it from there.
An oblong face is longer than it is wide, with fairly straight lines running from temple to jaw, and a round chin. Try hats with a flared brim like wide brim fedoras, or hats like newsboys and cloches that sit low on the forehead. Avoid hats with narrow or flat brims, as these will overemphasize the long lines of your face.
Your face is about as wide as it is long, with a wide forehead, full cheeks, and a rounded chin. Try balancing out this face shape with a more angular hat. Because your face is very symmetrical, you can easily wear asymmetrical shapes, such as hats with a high crown and peaked or slanted brim. You can further accentuate this effect by slanting your hat forward. Avoid tall rounded crowns or wide crowns and brims, which will accentuate the roundness of your face.
A square face has a strong wline, a wide forehead, and wide cheekbones. If you've got a square face, soft designs like floppy hats or curvy lines like bowlers will be especially flattering for you.