The steampunk hat, a reference accessory to personalize your Steampunk Cosplay!

Discover our collection of Steampunk Hats!

Steampunk is a retro futuristic movement that is expressed primarily through its style of clothing . Steampunk fashion gives an important place to accessories that complement Steampunk style clothing .

Among the reference accessories, we find goggles , bags , jewelry , masks and of course Steampunk hats .

Whether for your cosplay or your costume, for a convention, a festival, a disguised or social evening, the Steampunk Hat is a real must-have. You can therefore choose elaborate hat models, with small gears, feathers, or even Steampunk Glasses on top. Or, you can choose a sober model, to customize and decorate it yourself, as you wish (DIY).

Retrofuturistic, gothic, vintage, cowboy, pirate, plague doctor style, … let your creativity run wild! Beyond a disguise, these are truly quality (and functional!) headgear.

Several styles of Hats are available in our store:


A top hat is a tall hat, for men, traditionally associated with formal attire in Western dress codes, i.e. tie, frock coat, three-piece suit, … . Traditionally made of black or sometimes gray silk, the top hat appeared in Western fashion in the late 18th century. Although it was declined by the counterculture of the 1960s, it remains a formal, elegant fashion accessory. A collapsible variation of the top hat, developed in the 19th century, is known as the opera hat.


The bowler hat, also known as a billycock, bob hat, bombín (Spanish) or derby (USA), is a hard felt hat with a rounded crown, originally created by London hatters Thomas and William Bowler in 1849 (hence the name “bowler hat” in English). It has traditionally been worn with semi-formal and informal attire. The bowler hat, a protective and durable style of hat, was popular with the British, Irish and American working classes during the second half of the 19th century, and later with the middle and upper classes in the United Kingdom, Ireland and on the east coast of the United States.


Hats (and gloves) were essential to a respectable appearance for both men and women. It just wasn’t proper to go out without. The top hat, for example, was part of the standard ceremonial attire for upper and middle class men. For women, hat styles changed over time and were designed to match their outfits. In the early Victorian decades, voluminous skirts supported by crinolines, and later hoop skirts, were the focal point of the silhouette. To enhance the style without distracting it, hats were modest in size and design, with straw and cloth bonnets being the most popular choice. Dotted bonnets, which had been worn in the late Regency period,

We also advise you to take a look at our Steampunk Blog , to learn more about this style/movement/genre/current, which is becoming more and more popular.

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