Hats have many different uses. I’ve been going bald since I turned 27 years old, so I wear hats to protect my head from the sun, or to keep it warm in the winter. Some people wear hats to show support for their favorite sports team. Some wear them to top off their stylish outfits. Hats can also be used as marketing materials, gifts, or to make a political statement. With all of these reasons for wearing hats, how do you know what customers desire? It’s important, as a Zazzle Designer, that you understand what designs customers are purchasing. So let’s take a dive into the top hat designs from the last year!
Cause and Event Hat Designs
Our first big category of designs are cause and event-related. This first design was created by the Women’s March for their rally in San Diego.
The marching doesn’t stop! The March for Science also created a hat on Zazzle!
Many people took part in the 2016 Election, from candidates to voters. Zazzle customers made this “Make America Great Again” hat design popular.
Pantsuit Nation first started as a Facebook group, and then grew into a huge movement supporting Secretary Clinton for president, and women’s issues as a whole. They made the following design for their supporters.
Many people refused to cast their vote for either Mr. Trump, or Mrs. Clinton. They instead reached out for someone new: Gary Johnson, former Governor of New Mexico.
Hobby Hat Designs
What’s your favorite hobby? Mine is reading, which probably doesn’t make for an exciting design. But other hobbies do—like fishing!
Gather the family, the trail mix, and the tents. We’re going camping!
You’ll never have to say “I’m the captain, now” if you wear this hat!
Bachelorette Party Hat Designs
Gather your friends for a fun bachelorette party. Make sure everyone knows who the bride is with this design.
The gold lettering may be a bit too much for some. This next design might be subtle enough for the shy bride.
This last design is for all of the bridesmaids in the party!
Funny Hat Designs
Sometimes a funny message is the best use for a hat. This next design lets you know that “RBF” stands for something way different than you may have thought.
We’ve all gotten lost before. Some need directions more than others, though.
Avoid all shady beaches, if you can.
Every little thing is gonna be alright, alright, alright!
Those are the top hat designs from the last year. Will your designs show up next year?