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Fashionista NOW: How To Wear A Snapback Cap Like You Mean It?

Call it dad hats or plain snapback caps, there sure are reasons beyond Kendall or North West wearing theirs that is making sure the sporty hat trend stays in the fashion game.

One main reason that needs no scientist to get to: the weather. Mr Sun has been pretty enthusiastic with sharing his rays at this part of the world. So you want to best hide the eyeballs without whipping out a wide-brim hat, because some of us can’t do that, yet.

Reason number two: The presence of a ratty hair, most oily at the scalp that requires a strategic stealth cloaking.

Reason number three: Gotta emit the sporty vibe even when you’re just at the bar.

Reason number four: As a weapon of invisibility because you’re out on a stalking mission, too embarrassing to even mention on any of your social media.

Enough with they whys and on to the how-to so you can at least sport your snapback with a complete intention of being on top of your fashion game:

How To Win The Snapback Cap Style GAME?

| Willabelle Ong

| Jessiez C.

| Lola

| Atsuna Matsui

| Tiffany Choi

| Sotzie Q.


Do you wear snapbacks? If so, what is your mindset when you just know that you’ll be polishing off your look with the cap one fine day? Share below – you know I love your juicy thoughts and will definitely reply.

Whether we know it or not, we transmit the presence of everyone we have ever known, as though by being in each other’s presence we exchange our cells, pass on some of our life-force, and then we go on carrying that person in our body, not unlike springtime when certain plants in fields we walk through attach their seeds in the form of small burrs to our socks, our pants, our caps, as if to say, ‘Go on, take us with you, carry us to root in another place.’ This is how we survive long after we are dead. This is why it is important who we become, because we pass it on.Natalie Goldberg

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