Hattingdon loves to wear ballcaps. Like a lot of us.
We thought it might be fun to take a look at Hattingdon’s ballcaps all together. There are some here we forgot she even had. Here they are in A to Z order.
First up in our compilation is Amani. Mrs Farrell is crazy about this chunky peace sign* ballcap. So bright and cheery. The peace sign will always be popular. More about the peace sign at the end of this post.
Hattingdon pays tribute to the Big Apple. This is a perennial favourite. At the request of a client Mrs Farrell changed the font type from chunky lettering to stencil. So cute!
Just noticed on Instagram that camaflage is coming back in fashion. Look for it to get hot. This is from the time when camaflage was hot hot hot. So Hattingdon is ready to go — again. Darling!
Here is a great looking ballcap, another big favourite, Hattingdon’s tribute to golf.
The design coming up is one of the most beloved of all time. The huge amount of tote bags we have sold over the years is because of this design, particularly in September and October. You can see why, right? Wink! Hattingdon loves it, especially as it comes with a carrot. Horses love treats, even cartoon ones.
Argyle really never goes totally out of style. However, when Mrs Farrell made these for Hattingdon it was all the rage. Hattingdon has this ballcap in six colour combinations.
The next ballcap is another all time favourite. Although popular in Kentucky we sold the most products featuring this design in. . . Hawaii! Remember when the paint splash look was all the rage? We still love it.
This chap may be more popular than dear Hattingdon herself. It’s her cousin Marcus. Sigh!
Mrs Farrell made a special bespoke ballcap for Hattingdon to wear on her trip to Paris. Heaven forbid she looked like a tourist in the City of Lights!
You can see what’s coming up. Hattingdon has a soft spot for novelty hats. This Yuletide design has sold more than any other with the exception of Bonnie Holly. The name should tell you before you even see it!
This was created for National (or International) Smile Day. But Hattingdon still likes to wear it when out shopping and such or when it’s raining. It is so bright and cheerful.
Mrs Farrell made the following ballcap for Hattingdon’s ski trip to Sundance.
Lastly, Hattingdon’s referee ballcap. Mrs Farrell made it especially for a football game post. Other than that, not sure Hattingdon wears this one. Love the whistle earring though.
Wow. We’re done.
We thought Hattingdon had about 6 or 7 ballcaps at most. What a surprise to find she has so many. We are also surprised by the ballcaps she doesn’t have. We’ll have to rectify that!
We hope you enjoyed looking at Hattingdon’s ballcap collection and they brought you a “hatful of smiles”.
Cheers and Happy Friday!
* The internationally recognized peace sign was designed in 1958 by British artist Gerald Holtom for the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND), which was having its first major march in England. Holtom explained that the symbol superimposed the semaphore letters “N” and “D” over each other.
Updated 11:03 am EST