SIZE CHART



SIZE CHART

USA

Inches

CM

 

USA

Inches

CM

Small

6 3/4

21 1/8

54

X Large

7 1/2

23 1/2

60

 

6 7/8

21 1/2

55

 

7 5/8

23 7/8

61

Medium

7

21 7/8

56

XX Large

7 3/4

24 1/4

62

 

7 1/8

22 1/4

57

 

7 7/8

24 5/8

63

Large

7 1/4

22 5/8

58

XXX Large

8

25

64

 

7 3/8

23

59

 

8 1/8

25 1/2

65

 

FACE CHART

LONG

For those with a long face-shape, tall hat crowns that sit high on the head should be avoided, as they add too much height to the face and head area. Crowns should be deep enough to cover an ample portion of the forehead to even out the length of the face. Wide brims can be worn, especially ones that are turned downward.
  OPTIMAL HAT TYPES:

Wide Brim, Sun Hat, Beret


HEART

Any hat with a medium-sized brim is perfect for someone with a heart-shaped face. The concern in this case is to balance out a wide forehead. If the brim is too large, the forehead will have an even wider appearance than normal. Other than that, this shape allows for a variety of different styles.
  OPTIMAL HAT TYPES:

Medium Brim Fedora, Cloche, Pillbox


SQUARE

Square-jawed people are best suited for rounder hats that even out the cut, crisp lines of the face. Round and asymmetrical hats provide contrast to sharp jawlines.
  OPTIMAL HAT TYPES:

Bowler, Center Dent Fedora, Fashion Beanie


ROUND

Round faces work well with hats that have sharp lines and tall, decorative crowns thatare at least as wide as the face. Asymmetrical brims should be selected, or straight brims should be slanted to create attractive angles. These details all give great proportion and shape to a round face.
  OPTIMAL HAT TYPES:

Newsboy, Fedora, Ivy/Flat Cap


OVAL

For the fortunate people who have an oval-shaped face, the options are virtually limitless. Most hat styles will suit this facial structure, so it's really just a matter of personal choice. Hats should generally be worn straight across the forehead or hairline.
  OPTIMAL HAT TYPES:

Almost Any Style


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