Hats are clothing worn on the head, most of which can cover the entire top of the head, it can play a good decorative effect, and can also keep warm in winter.
Today’s hats can be divided into different types, such as high hats, sun hats, and so on. Some hats have an overhanging canopy called a visor. Wearing hats has different etiquette in different cultures. This is especially important in Western cultures, because wearing hats has been a symbol of social identity in the past.
Next, I will introduce to you how to choose a hat for your child?
There are many types of hats, which can be divided into baseball hats, sun hats, children’s hats, etc. according to the type, winter hats, summer hats, spring and autumn hats according to the season, and baby hats and children’s hats according to the age of the child.
The purpose of wearing a hat is to prevent wind and sand, strong sunlight, and sometimes also rain. Therefore, it is not necessary to wear a hat when the indoor temperature is suitable, and a suitable hat is selected according to the climate when going out.
Choose different colors and styles of hats according to different seasons. Dark colors can absorb light to increase warmth, and light colors can reflect light to increase coolness. In this way, you should choose a dark woolen child hat that has good warmth and can cover your ears in winter, and a light-colored cool hat that is cool in the wind in summer. Children attending school should wear yellow hats. Yellow has a strong stimulus to vision and can prevent car accidents.
The size of the hat should be suitable for the head circumference. Generally, it is advisable to enlarge the head circumference by 1 cm (or the diameter of the head circumference by 0.3 cm). The appropriate size is to prevent the hat from being too tight, which is not good for the child’s head development. It also prevents wearing after the cap ring shrinks. Baby caps range from 42 to 48 cm and child caps range from 50 to 55 cm.
The baby’s small head has a delicate skin and poor adaptability to climate change. It is necessary to wear a hat with a light texture, a soft feel, and heat insulation and breathability; if the hat is too heavy and stiff, it will not only be uncomfortable for the baby, but also detrimental to the development of brain nerves. It is best to choose a baby hat without a brim, so that it is easy for the mother to hold and breastfeed, while sleeping in the cradle and bed and seeing the surroundings.
It’s important to choose the right hat for your child. I hope the above content can help you, moms and dads!