But there’s no cap more iconic than the beautiful Burberry classic.
Now an almost distinct species, tartan-capped youths once roamed suburban shopping malls in packs, drinking blue WKDs and generally mouthing off.
Due to a series of ASBOs, they stopped congregating in public and eventually, they hung their caps up.
No one wanted to be associated with its tri-colour check.
But, fashion friends, the Burberry cap is back in fashion.
Because at this week’s Burberry LFW show, beige check caps were everywhere, along with trench coats, bags and hoodies.
Adwoa Aboah closed the show in a tulle green skirt and a cap – which she also wears on this month’s Dazed cover.
And if that’s not proof we’re over Burberry’s ‘chav issue’, then I don’t know what is.
The cap, in case you’re wondering, is £195.
Although no doubt you’ll soon be able to get one, once again, from Romford market for a quid.
Read more: http://metro.co.uk/2017/09/18/burberry-caps-are-officially-back-in-fashion-people-6936018/#ixzz4tD6ic0yn