The Style Trend You Should Be Obsessing Over: Rihanna’s Bucket Hats

It’s not often that I jump on a new (and contrived) trend like the Sugar Hill Gang. But this whole dad aesthetic? Really something I could get used to. I’ve always preferred my sandals with socks anyway (my feet blister easily)! But I’ll be honest: when, in 1997, on a family trip to Alta, Utah, my dad had had enough of the squinting and bought himself an Alta bucket hat from the gift shop — I wasn’t pleased. I wasn’t pleased, and I certainly wasn’t predicting their comeback either. But alas, the truth must prevail, and right about now I’m looking damn cute in my red Adidas one.
Another crusader of the bucket hat? Rihanna. The girl said it herself, “She can beat me, but she cannot beat my outfit.” Fine girl…fine. But surely we can try to copy it…right? Let’s take a look and see.
Rihanna's Twitter.
Rihanna’s Twitter.

Here she wears Jeremy Scott’s 8 Ball bucket hat. And just like Rihanna, you too can get this bucket hat! Only difference is you’ll have to wait a whole year for it because, unlike Rihanna, we don’t get access to Jeremy Scott’s line BEFORE IT’S EVEN BEEN SHOWN ON THE RUNWAY.

findingsinc / Instagram.com
findingsinc / Instagram.com

This bucket hat is part of her Monster tour merchandise and costs $30.

accesoryportal / Instagram.com
accesoryportal / Instagram.com

The hat isn’t available anymore, but it’s made by Joy Rich and I’m sure they’re floating around somewhere in the stratosphere.

Photo by Mario Sorrenti.
Photo by Mario Sorrenti.

For the cover of Lui, she wore a Kenzo bucket hat.

rihanna / Instagram.com
rihanna / Instagram.com

And as for this last guy? Let’s just say I investigated, and I triumphed. This hat is from Silver Spoon Attire. You’re welcome and bye. TC mark

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