Porkpie Hats

The porkpie offers a unique shape that makes it a true statement hat for men. Rising to prominence in Britain around the late 19th century, it was widely adopted in the 1920s thanks to silent film star Buster Keaton's frequent use of the style in his movies. 

The main characteristic of the porkpie is the narrow brim and flat or slightly rounded crown. The name was derived from a famous pastry from Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire. With its vintage designer look, the porkpie hat can be worn best by men with a long, short or oval-shaped face. The shorter crown is ideal for tall fellas who want to avoid adding any more height. 

When choosing any hat, a helpful rule of thumb is to look for the brim to be wider than your jawline (avoid the porkpie if you have a round or square face). View our full selection of porkpie hats below and find the best option for you today!