17 Cool Bucket Hats For When You Can’t Settle the Side Part/Middle Part Debate

So there’s a lot to unpack here… First of all, Hailey Bieber’s wearing of a bucket hat this week proves that they are, in fact, still cool (in case you had any doubts). Also, unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve heard all about the Millennial side part vs. Gen Z middle part debate, but if not, here’s a rundown. (Hailey Bieber, for the record, is technically a Millennial by just a few months.)

Now a little about me: I’m a full-blown Millennial who doesn’t look great with my hair parted down the middle but I suddenly feel self-conscious about my usual side part, so maybe a hat is the best way to avoid the controversy until it inevitably passes. (But also, you do you and wear your hair however you want.) Either way, I do love a cute bucket hat. Bieber’s Adidas x Ivy Park hat is unfortunately sold out, but there are so many good ones on the market right now to choose from and I chose TK of my favorites for you, starting at just $15. Scroll to shop them with me. 

On Hailey Bieber: Adidas x Ivy Park Reversible Monogram Bucket Hat ($55); Kaze White Series Face Masks ($31); Nike sneakers

When the ’80s and ’90s collide.

What’s not to love?

A bubblegum pink Prada bucket hat is as 2021 as it gets.

I just added this to my cart.

Sometimes you just want something simple and cheap.

Can’t go wrong with a little animal print.

A trendy and fun option for your consideration.

Spring, in hat form.

Of course Nanushka made the chicest bucket hat imaginable.

Hailey Bieber would love this.

I think my summer wardrobe needs this.

The bucket hat that doesn’t take itself too seriously.

As pretty as it is cool.

I have a hunch this one’s going to sell out.

So chic.

Terrycloth is going to be big again this summer.

Next up: I found the best under-$100 compliment-getting items on the internet.

Just add a bikini.

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