Are baseball caps still in style in 2021?

Are caps trending this season?
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Baseball caps are a celebrity favourite, with stars including Kendall Jenner and Hailey Bieber being spotted wearing the hats in recent months – but are they still in style?

As always, Wear Next encourages you to wear what makes you feel comfortable and happy – but for those who want to know, we’ll be looking at whether baseball caps are trending for SS21.

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Are baseball caps in style in 2021?

While baseball caps are always in amongst celebrities going incognito, the trend is growing this year thanks to Celine.

Almost every look in the designer brand’s spring summer collection presentation was paired with a baseball cap, offering a casual, minimal and yet luxurious look, while Irina Shayk was pictured in March 2021 wearing a Versace cap.

Which hats are in style right now?

As well as baseball caps, bucket hats are still trending in 2021.

Faux fur and shearling bucket hats were worn in winter, while lightweight hats will continue to be worn in spring and beyond.

Beanies continue to trend and vintage-style berets have been everywhere this year too.

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