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Top 5 Snapback Cap Trends

June 21, 2022
Top 5 Snapback Cap Trends

If there's anything we can be sure of heading into 2022, it's that the snapback cap trend isn't going anywhere. Snapbacks are here to stay, and we can't think of a single objection to that fact.

Snapbacks are the ultimate in comfort and versatility. They are readily adjustable, easy to wear, and available in a seemingly endless collection of styles. From band gear to major brands, few apparel companies haven't jumped on the snapback fashion trends.

If you're new to snapbacks, we're here to guide you through snapback cap fashion for 2022 and beyond. By the end of the article, you'll be slipping on your sneakers and heading out to purchase a snapback of your very own.

5 Ways to Style Your Snapback

Without question, snapbacks are one of the most popular hat styles. They're everywhere, and while snapbacks surged to popularity in the 90s, they originated in the 50s, topping the heads of baseball players everywhere.

The snapback has come a long way since its early days. Today, they go with almost anything! Though they've recently found a bit of a rival in the much sought-after dad cap, snapbacks continue to hold firm to their popularity, so you shouldn’t hesitate to partake in snapback fashion trends.

90s Hip Hop

The 90s have recently made quite the comeback. Whether we're nostalgic for a different time or the fashion is just that good remains to be seen, but the 90s are back nonetheless. 

While snapbacks were pretty popular before the resurgence of the 90s, the modern acceptance of 90s styles has given us plenty of new ways to rock our snapbacks and represent the decade. You can wear your snapback with a 90s hip hop vibe simply by bringing together an old-school hip hop tour tee (available at most major retailers), a zip-up sweatshirt, jeans, and fashionable athletic sneakers. 

The result is an effortless, comfy, snapback style.

Classic Street Style

With the comeback of the 90s comes classic street style. Straight-leg jeans and plain white tees (the shirt, not the band) are all back in fashion, topped off with your hat of choice. 

For classic street style, a snapback is your best bet. Because classic street style from any decade is typically straightforward, a snapback will add a pop of color or a touch of personality to the rest of your outfit. 

The rules of fashion when it comes to dressing for occasions have relaxed substantially through the years. The best part of classic street style is that you can easily dress jeans and a t-shirt up or down. Believe it or not, it's feasible to wear a snapback in both instances.

Dressing Up a Snapback

Celebs like Gigi Hadid and Meghan Markle have successfully turned adjustable snapbacks into a chic, red carpet-worthy snapback fashion trend. Here in real life, you might not want to wear a snapback to a wedding, but it's perfectly acceptable to toss one on for a casual work event.

When dressing up a snapback, choose a solid, muted color. You won't want anything too flashy since we're dressing it up and sticking to chic. Dark, fitted slacks or straight-leg jeans make a dressed-up snapback look incredible.

The Backward Snapback

Wearing a snapback backward is the ultimate casual style and goes well with classic street style, and 90s hip hop looks. For example, a backward Poleberg snapback goes with concerts, and sporting events like peanut butter goes with jelly.

Plan on throwing on a t-shirt, sweatshirt, leggings, or jeans along with your backward snapback, creating an athletic but fashionable look. Snapback fashion trends don't discriminate concerning other articles of clothing.

Even worn backward, your snapback will complement almost anything you put on nicely. If you plan on dressing up your snapback, we wouldn't recommend wearing it backward. Snapbacks genuinely shine when we wear them at their most casual.

Forward Snapback Style

Baseball hats, snapbacks included, were meant to be worn facing forward. Why? Because manufacturers designed them to keep the sunshine out of the eyes of baseball players in the outfield. If you can't see the ball, it's near impossible to catch it.

In our humble opinion, wearing a snapback forward is the best way to wear one. You cannot go wrong with the classic forward snapback style, whether you're going into the office for an informal business meeting or joining friends for a drink. 

Snapback styles often represent brands, musicians, artists, sports teams, and the hobbies we love that make us who we are. There is no better way to show the world what we enjoy than wearing it splashed across a forward snapback.

The Snapback and Pop Culture

Since its debut in the 50s, the snapback has successfully weaved itself into pop culture. From big-time celebrities to those that work a 9 to 5, the snapback fashion trend is here to stay.

Quite literally, everyone is currently styling the snapback. Supermodels, athletes rocking classic MVP Poleberg hats, and your friends and family are keeping the snapback alive by wearing it without reserve to various events and with multiple styles. Without being overly cliche, the snapback is definitely "in."

Of course, mainstream pop culture doesn't resonate with all humans. If you've spent a large chunk of your time searching for the perfect snapback cap fashion and you can't seem to find one you love, try designing one.

When you create your snapback, you'll have something that genuinely represents you. Just because something is huge in pop culture doesn't mean you can't make it your own.

The Everlasting Snapback

There are many ways to wear a snapback cap. Wearing your snapback forward, backward, dressing it up, keeping it casual, or aligning with 90s hip hop vibes are the top snapback cap trends to try right now.

If you're on the fence about working snapbacks into your wardrobe, now is the time to give it a whirl. You can't go wrong with a Poleberg snapback, especially if you’re a sports fan. Those of us who've been wearing snapbacks for years welcome you to the club, and we know that soon, you'll love them as much as we do!

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