The Best Men's Caps

By Angelo Mitakos, Eleanor Davies
10 October 2019
Style, Fashion, Accessories, Caps
A hybrid of function and fashion all wrapped in one, caps have been seen on most of the catwalks this season, from Gucci and Fendi to Bottega Veneta. So, we've roundup up the best men's caps to top it all off. You can thank us later

Ralph Lauren

Adorned with Ralph Lauren's signature horse, this cap is the finishing touch to your ultimate relaxed weekend look. GQ recommends pairing it with jeans and a rugby shirt. £35 at selfridges.com

Nike

When it comes to buying a baseball cap you really cannot go wrong with a classic Nike six-panel. Featuring the iconic swoosh embroidered on the front, we recommend you opt for the washed-blue colourway. £19 at endclothing.com

DSquared2

Get in on this year’s logo trend with this DSquared2 baseball cap that has the brand's iconic typography emblazoned across the front. Guaranteed to add style status to your weekend look. £115 at flannels.com

Burberry

The essential addition to every hypebeast’s wardrobe, this Burberry cap in their signature check is fitted with a six-panel design and a curved peak. Wear with confidence. £230 at farfetch.com

Norse Projects

Embroidered with Norse Projects' logo at the front and back, this vibrant six-panel cap is a simple yet stylish way to add a pop of colour to your outfit – the perfect upgrade to your autumn look. £65 at mrporter.com

Carhartt

When it comes to classic workwear, there really is no one that does it better than Carhartt. Perfect for teaming with a plain white T-shirt and jeans, you won't regret this sturdy cotton canvas five-panel. £35 at endclothing.com

Gucci

The Gucci peak hat proved popular in the early noughties and has made its much-awaited comeback, so grab one while you can. £210 at gucci.com

Balenciaga

Get in on the the Nineties sportswear trend and opt for this classic red baseball cap by Balenciaga. We recommend pairing it with some short shorts, obvs. £265 at mrporter.com

Bottega Veneta

Bottega Veneta is synonymous with handwoven Italian leather, so it comes as no surprise that the peak of the cap features just that. £445 at bottegaveneta.com

Plein Sport

This red and black cap from Plein Sport isn’t for the faint-hearted with its bold colours and embroidered logo. £135 at pleinsport.com

Ralph Lauren

This retro-inspired cap features original boating flags for a design that's fun, colourful and youthful. £49 at ralphlauren.co.uk


Via British GQ