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Posted - 15/05/2020 :  09:10:12  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
An Ivy cap, A flat cap (sometimes "scally cap") is a rounded cap with a small stiff brim in front. The inside of the cap is commonly lined for comfort and warmth.
The hat is also known in Scotland as a bonnet in the Scots language, in Wales as a Dai cap, in New Zealand as a cheese-cutter, and in the United States as a driving cap.
Cloths used to make the cap include wool, tweed (most common), and cotton. Less common materials may include leather, linen, or corduroy.
The IVY cap#38171;#23484;he flat cap (or bonnet in Scotland and Dai cap in Wales) is a classic style of cap. The rounded cap is a chic yet sporty accessory. Predominantly worn by men, but nowadays also loved by women and children, the ivy cap has long established its status as a wardrobe staple. It is wearable all year around and the perfect choice to add an elegant touch to any outfit.
The rounded cap often comes in many varieties. With a small visor, a top button or 6 panel style the cap offers many stylish extras to choose from. Often the cap features lining for extra warmth and comfort. The visor is ideal for protecting the eyes and face from the sun. Some caps come with hidden ear flaps or even an additional neck flap to protect you from cold wind and rain during the cold seasons and from heat and sunburn during the warm period of the year and on holiday.
Typical materials include cosy wool, soft cotton and sophisticated leather. But you can also find an ivy cap made from warm alpaca wool, light fur felt, flowing silk or even rustic straw. The luxurious fabric feels light and keeps the head warm. Some caps come with special UV protection or water-resistant layers. The classic accessory is often accompanied by a classic pattern such as tartan or herringbone . Popular colour choices are dark tones like grey, brown and navy blue but also bright reds. From a practical waterproof flat cap through to a traditional Harris Tweed cap to a sophisticated leather flat cap #37413;?the options are endless.
The flat cap has its origin in 14th century Northern England when it was known as a bonnet. Towards the end of the 16th century on Sundays and holidays, the bonnet had to be worn by all men over six years by law. Exceptions were made only for the nobility and so-called #37413;#28187;ersons of degree#37413;? As a result, the flat cap established itself as an accessory for the working class. Also known as a golf cap nowadays, the hat has been associated with the upper class as well as later being considered a fashionable accessory during leisure time among upper-class Englishmen. Nowadays the famous headgear is considered a more or less classless item.
Customize your own Cap:
With capability and flexibility of our privately-own factories. We are able to offer all of our customers a wide variety of overseas programs. Providing custom-tailored designs on caps, straw hats, Fedora hats. Knit hats, scarves, Wristbands, tote bangs, and customizations include amazing embroidery work. Private labeling, sublimation print, flocking, metal emblem, leather patch, PVC patch, felt patch, liquid metal, rhinestones, sequinsm, and more.
Custom LOGO- Screen printing
- Embroidery (flat embroidery; 3D embrdiery)
- Rhinestones
- Heat Transfer
- Applique(Reflective Print Patch; Woven patch; 3D Brick Patch; Long Flocking; Dye-Sublimation Patch;)
Size50-60cm or with your own size (Normally, 50cm for kids,58cm for adults)
Minimum quantity500pcs
Packaging12 or 13 PCS/OPP bag, 25 PCS/inner box; 100 PCS/carton(carton size 55*45*38cm) or as customer's request.Ivy Newsboy Caps factory
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