Today, we bring you Youth Hat Trends, the third article in the Autumn/Winter 2020 style series where we talk about children’s hats.
As we know, this season has three overarching trends.
The first style for the A/W ’20 season is full of comfortable pieces made of high-quality materials consumers can count on.
The next trend consists of technical and construction aspects including exterior construction details like exposed seams and taping.
The final style focuses on updating old classic elements to better meet the modern needs of consumers.
Check out our blog from the previous weeks where we covered women’s and men’s styles. We will continue to keep you up to date with future trends biannually. So, keep an eye out later for the Spring/Summer 2021 series.
It’s not too late to review and prepare for Spring/Summer 2020 as well.
For girls, you’ll see a lot of five-panel trucker caps. These will often have sublimated front panels, rope, and contrast stitching on the visor. You will see metallic hits, bright pinks, and small left-side brand hits.
Animal prints are common. You can expect fruits and vegetables, cacti, florals, constellations, and geometric prints.
Some common elements for girls include unicorns, rainbows, food, and landscapes. You’ll see a lot of colorful graphics inspired by the 70s, soften western themes, and positive girl power messages.
You’ll see a lot of five-panel looks for boys too, as well as flat visors. You can expect a lot of greens and blues with corduroy, mountain graphics, and scout patches.
Generic camo and heritage plaids are both popular patterns among boys. You’ll also see lightning bolts, gaming-inspired prints, geometric sharks, and food.
We’re seeing a lot of space and eco-friendly themes. Other motifs include 1980s skiing imagery, camping, cacti, and woodland animals.
Like the older girls, you’ll see unicorns, florals, rainbows, fruits, and veggies. This age group is also full of fairy tale motifs, woodland animals, clouds, ice cream, and butterflies.
You can expect lots of outdoor themes, outer space, dinosaurs, monsters, food, and camouflage.
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