Newsboy Caps | Hats for Women

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Newsboy hats get their name from the caps of the old fashioned newspaper boy caps of yesterday. That's why they are sometimes called "paperboy hats." But that's where the nostalgia ends. Our women's newsboy hats are up to date and all the rage. Stylish, sporty and even a bit edgy, these hats give a relaxed but tailored look. Discover our newsboy caps for women today!
Items Per Page 20 | 28 | 36 | 48 | 100
Newsboy hats get their name from the caps of the old fashioned newspaper boy caps of yesterday. That's why they are sometimes called "paperboy hats." But that's where the nostalgia ends. Our women's newsboy hats are up to date and all the rage. Stylish, sporty and even a bit edgy, these hats give a relaxed but tailored look. Discover our newsboy caps for women today!

Did You Know?

Newsboy hats are called by many different names, including baker boy, Gatsby, driver, paperboy, cabbie, newspaper boy and paddy hats as well as flat, crook, fishermen, pageboy, skipper and fiddlers caps. Their various names reflect the style's history. In the early 20th century, newsboy caps similar to today's hats were worn by males of all social classes. In the 1910's to 1920's they were prevalent among a vast number of working class professions. When worn by the upper classes, they were used for leisure activities. For this reason, newsboy hats were often associated with wealthy golfers and upper class sportsmen. The names reflect the various uses for this hat over time.