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The channels Tupac’s iconic style, wrapping her skull-print Alexander McQueen scarf tightly around her head and knotting it in the front like a turban, because, duh, wearing it around your neck is just way too expected.
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Not to Hathahathate, but doesn’t the rope-adorned cap look more suited for captaining a boat rather than running errands in L.A.?
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HANA MAE LEE
She’s sending smoke signals, but no one can rescue the Pitch Perfect actress from her totally wacky cigarette headpiece, an avant-garde creation by Alain Lafaille for He-Ha. (P.S. Turns out Hana Mae had a hand in designing the, well, butt.)
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What happens at Coachella doesn’t necessarily stay at Coachella: The floral crown has officially made its way from the field to the red carpet.
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Forget The Cat in the Hat. We’re more interested in a cat-inspired hat, like this beanie with ears that the Disney star wears.
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Yo , you know that wearing studs on your huge yellow hat is not the same as being a huge stud, right?
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Scarecrow, you must miss this hat most of all. wears a floppy sun-blocker that looks like it was snatched from the wardrobe archives of The Wizard of Oz.
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We can’t wrap our heads around the Teen Mom star’s tropical baseball cap (and we sorta wish she hadn’t wrapped it around her head).
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Two reasons to wear a face-shielding, wide-brimmed hat like Rita’s Saint Laurent one to a formal event: You weren’t invited and you’re trying to sneak in unnoticed, or you just love avant-garde style. (We’re guessing Rita falls into the latter category.)
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