APRIL 2014
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Sporty and sharp in leopard-print calf hair. Take note.
  • Calf hair.
  • Import.
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Sporty and sharp with crystal embellishments (some of the stones are painted a custom cabernet color). Take note.
  • Wool/viscose.
  • Import.
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Baseball may be the American pastime, but we’re not gonna lie, it’s the hats we’re really into. First donned in 1849 by the New York Knickerbockers to shield their eyes from the sun while catching fly balls, the stadium signature is now a tomboy staple. For fall, our designers did what they do best and took the baseball cap to the next level with special details: embroidery, jewels and colorblocking. Styled here by a few cap-devoted ladies from our office, these caps are proof that it’s never been easier (or more fun) to get in the game. 

Emily wears our embroidered baseball cap.
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Coco sports our calf hair baseball cap.
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GAME CHANGER
It takes a certain kind of woman to rock a baseball cap. Thankfully, we know more than a few. (These hats were inspired by the stylish girls we saw on the streets wearing ’em.) “I’ll pair my cap with anything,” says our copywriter Coco, at right. “Baseball tees, floral skirts, leather jackets. Anything goes.”
  1. 01.Emily wears our embroidered baseball cap.
  2. 02.Coco sports our calf hair baseball cap.
  3. 03.Coco in our colorblock baseball cap.
Coco in our colorblock baseball cap.
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