If there's anything to be learned from the bottle caps in this pic, it's that there are probably more kinds of beer out there than there are flavors of barbecue sauce. But as the wise LeVar Burton once said, you don't have to take my word for it.
You know what, Internets? It's been a week since I last posted something you could actually wear on your head, and well over a week since I actually posted an honest-to-goodness hat. Now, admittedly, I've been having a lot of fun posting stuff like the unofficial tote bag for the Broads Who Breakfast, plush toys in the shape of anthropomorphic gaming systems and crocheted brass monkeys, but as the title of this blog reminds me, this blog is about hats firstly and foremostly, so I should probably get back to posting some of those before long.
And since there's no time better than the present, that is exactly what I am going to do right now. And just for the heck of it, I'm going to be posting newsboy caps, because it's been a while since we last looked at those.
First up, there's this granny-smith green crocheted cap, which takes the apple theme even further with little buttons that resemble apples. But not the aforementioned green ones; this time around, it's Fuji apples.
Variety: Not only is it the spice of life, but apparently it's the entire reason for apple cultivars.
Next up is this sweetly pastel-y plaid cap, which is not only adorable-looking but is also adjustable and warm like whoa, thanks to its fleece lining. So for everyone out there who thinks that looking good means sacrificing comfort, behold: the exception to the rule.
Speaking of adjustable, this cap can also be tweaked to fit various sizes of skulls, thanks to some handy-dandy buttons. And thanks to the lovely water lily appliqué, it'll be perfect for both spring and summer.
The only downside I can see to this hat would be the possibility that just wearing it would get "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" stuck in my head. But even so, I think I'd be willing to risk the earworm for it, wouldn't you?
And now, just because I wish more hats featured paper planes, here's the niftiest newsboy cap of them all:
The best part is the stitched flight path. It takes an already whimsical hat and just cranks it up into the realm of I WANT THIS HAT SO MUCH.
And on that not entirely dignified note, see you next week!