The history: Jacques Spreregen started making berets that uniformed the British army in WWII leading to becoming a post war fashion item. To separate himself from others, he coined Kangol (K- knitting, ANG- angora, OL- wool) to rep everything what his berets are. Becoming essential headwear, this hat brand especially the Kangol 504 was supa popular in da clubs and on the streets -- immersing itself as the fashion accessory of subculture.

Why we love them: A mix of British heritage, retro hip hop, and future fashion, we absolutely want to kick it with Kangol. With its beautiful angora blend, nothing says whattup more!

One phrase: La-di-da-di we like to party...

Known For: Kangol 504 hat, Kangol flat hats, Kangol berets, Kangol bucket hats, Kangol hip hop hats, Kangol LL Cool J hat

The size chart below is not specific to brand types but a general guideline for you to follow. When reading the description of a style, look for words like 'fitted', 'loose' or 'baggy' to get an understanding of how the style fits. We all shop here so contact us if in doubt about your size!



Measure loosely around the fullest part of your bust, with the tape straight across and your back, bringing it to the front. This is your bust measurement.


Wrap a measuring tape around your natural waistline, making sure to keep the tape parallel to the ground. This is your waist measurement.


Wrap a measuring tape around the fullest part of your hips, making sure to keep the tape parallel to the ground. This is your hip measurement.


Slip on your favourite pair of jeans that fit you best. Take your tape measure and carefully measure the length of from the crotch seam to the bottom of leg. This is your inseam measurement.