Uh, What's On Your Head?
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.
Not to Hathahathate, but doesn’t the rope-adorned cap look more suited for captaining a boat rather than running errands in L.A.?
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.)
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.
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.
Yo , you know that wearing studs on your huge yellow hat is not the same as being a huge stud, right?
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.
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).
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.)