Odds are, if you were asked a few years ago to make a list of the ’90s trends set to make a comeback, bucket hats would be at the very bottom.
In fact, they might not even be on your list at all but surprisingly they are here to stay, and we are pretty very sure it would be trending in this fabulous year, and you wouldn’t want to be caught unfresh, so here are 7 ways to style a bucket hat in 2023:
With All Black
Slip into a ’90s-inspired black ensemble, complete with a turtle neck top, a leather trouser and yes heeled flip flops. The only thing that’s missing is that bucket hat, whether you reach for a contrasting white tone or something a bit more colorful.
With a Sweatshirt-Dress
You know the look: an oversized sweatshirt styled as a dress. It’s sporty, fun, and shows just the right amount of skin. Follow in the footsteps of everyone from Ariana Grande to Kourtney Kardashian by adding a simple bucket hat for a little bit of colour
A bucket hat is a great way to add a splash of colour or simply some more colour to your outfit. Try a pair of bright plaid pants and a contrasting primary-toned jacket, topping things off with a bucket hat to match.
With Mixed Prints
Go bold with a combination that’s sure to make heads turn. Try full-blown pattern-mixing by styling a large-printed bottom with a tiny-printed top. Then, finish off with a bucket hat to effortlessly bring all the colors together with a third print of its own.
With an Oversized Knit
Odds are, your go-to uniform for 80% of the year is a pair of jeans and an oversized knit on top. The only thing missing is a bucket hat to add some interest and make it look a little bit different from the rest.
With a Sundress/ flower print top
Use that bucket hat for what it was truly intended: to keep the sun out of your eyes and off your face. When headed out, pair a casual bucket hat with your more dressed-up sundresses to balance things out and make them feel more casual.
Lastly With a Bathing Suit
Heading to the beach? Try looking cute with a bikini and an oversized shirt as your cover-up, all your outfit needs is a straw bucket hat to keep the sun out of your eyes.