Baseball hats bring a few notions to mind, including the celebration of the great American pastime, teenage boys in well-worn caps that hide the inevitable "hathead" and of course, a popular accessory for the post-workout dash home. Here at Stylelist, we generally shy away from the super-casual topper in favor of chic caps like fedoras, or '70s style floppy chapeaus. That said, sporty athleticism was a big trend this spring, and the cap was seen on the runway at Kenzo. We are even seeing some of our favorite stars hit the town in baseball hats, and not only to hide from the paparazzi. So, with the World Series just around the corner, we are considering dusting off that old Yankees cap.
It can't be denied that any hat that protects your skin from the sun is aces. But working a baseball cap into your sleek, stylish fall wardrobe has even the most fashionable of us stumped. So before you stick your favorite cap in the dishwasher (it's the best way to clean the caps, trust us), take note of a few style tips from our favorite stars.