Safety-pin Baker Boy Cap • RB United States

Safety-pin Baker Boy Cap KPC037-WP-WPNS-WRB-XXS Ruslan Baginskiy
Safety-pin Baker Boy Cap KPC037-WP-WPNS-WRB-XXS Ruslan Baginskiy
Safety-pin Baker Boy Cap KPC037-WP-WPNS-WRB-XXS Ruslan Baginskiy
Safety-pin Baker Boy Cap KPC037-WP-WPNS-WRB-XXS Ruslan Baginskiy
Safety-pin Baker Boy Cap
$280
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Product details

Ruslan Baginskiy presents a refreshed variation of the signature baker boy cap. The muted shade works seamlessly with everything creamy, like a camel coat, an ivory jacket or deeper shades of beige. Still, you can look on the bright side and opt for color blocking. This accessory is embellished with the RB initials and a gold-tone safety pin, which is believed to bring luck. “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity”, — Seneca once said. With this baker boy cap, you get an opportunity to intensify your seasonal wardrobe. And we know you are prepared for it.

Material
EXTERIOR: 80% Wool, 20% Polyester LINING: 100% Cotton Made in Ukraine
Washing & storage
Our baker boy caps have solid peaks that can change shape or break due to inappropriate storage or transporting. Please note that the actual color of the item may be slightly different from the color represented on the website.
Delivery costs and times
All products are made in Ukraine and shipped from our facilities in Kyiv and Lviv, Ukraine. We offer international delivery with DHL Express or Nova Poshta Global (available for Poland). The delivery time depends on destination, approximately time is 5-10 days. For more information regarding delivery costs and terms please check Customer Service page.
FAQ
What is the history behind a baker boy cap? A baker’s boy cap predecessor — a flat cap — was introduced around 1910. At first, it was a common accessory for the working-class man, but during the next decades, this silhouette became a well-known fashion staple. Did you know? A safety pin was patented by American mechanic and inventor Walter Hunt in 1849. He is also an inventor of the first eye-pointed needle sewing machine.