A Brenham man wonders why, in contravention of common custom, those Stetsons never seem to get doffed.
Money can buy anything, but it can’t make you look like any less of a dork.
The style, which proliferated on TikTok, says “I’m down to party, but not till I pick these wildflowers.“
Texas hat experts share their tips on how to select a lid that won’t make you look like an idiot.
Even people who have never put their boot in a stirrup keep finding new reasons to don these stylish toppers.
The Hutto-based hatmaker uses decades-old equipment to meticulously customize every hat.
Groups of friends are trooping into shops around the state, where you can customize your headgear with dried flowers, charms, and burned-on designs.
She now runs her family business, but Joella Gammage Torres of Texas Hatters still enjoys the craft she learned as a teen.
Joella Gammage Torres uses the same tools as her grandfather and father at the celebrated hat shop in Lockhart, which has topped the heads of Willie Nelson, Jerry Jeff Walker, and many more.
The Texanist: Is There a Formula for Picking Out a Cowboy Hat That Doesn’t Make You Look Like a Fool?
A Houston man wants to get the width of his brim just right.
With a combination of fashion ingenuity and electrical engineering, Neon Cowboys founder Asia Hall rigs cowboy hats that glow.
A Dallas man worries that hipsters have commandeered his favorite style of hat.
This holiday season, give your nearest and dearest something only a true Texan could love.
Waco native Cameron Morris customizes hats for Texans including Aaron Watson and Charley Crockett.
Fringe, rhinestones, and boots were in full display at the Austin music festival.
A Connecticut Yankee new to San Antonio’s social circuit is vexed by an invitation’s dress code.
A Flatonia man thinks Tim McGraw can afford a better looking cowboy hat
Talking points for legislators opposed to making the cowboy hat the official state hat of Texas.
Offering fine advice since 2007.
They protect you from rain and shine, sure. But they oughta look good too.
The MaterialA cowboy hat is a beloved possession: It fans fires, it blocks the rain, it gives shade—and it lends authenticity at any honky-tonk or greased-pig contest. But it’s also an extension of one’s personality, so commissioning one takes serious thought (and serious dough: from $300 to $1,500). The first
A tip of the cap to Texas’ crowning glories.
Whether it’s made of straw or ermine, this is the cowboy hat.
The newest style of manly hatwear.