Madcapz – Caps & Visors for Women

March 2, 2012 by  
Filed under accessories, product reviews, women

I’m not one to really wear caps but sometimes when I’m at the beach or the park I have a hard time dealing with my hair blowing into my face. It’s not that I have anything against caps. It’s just that it’s so hard for me to find one that I like. The ones that I’ve seen are either too dark in color, too masculine, or just doesn’t fit right. So when I heard about Madcapz I wanted to learn more.

Madcapz were created by a stylish woman who was losing her hair from Grave’s Disease and couldn’t find a cute feminine cap to wear.  So, she created them herself and Madcapz were born!  Now, these super cute caps and visors are a must-have for active women.  They offer a low profile fit that women love plus an adjustable strap for a comfy fit. Available in caps and visors, in over 20 fun prints, there’s one to suit anyone’s style.

We took a look at the Madcapz site and was very impressed with their selection. There were so many bright colors and feminine designs that I had a hard time selecting just one to review. In the end I chose the Painted Posies design ($22) because of the pretty pink and purple combination. I figured it would match pretty much any outfit I had in my closet.

When it arrived I was pleasantly surprised at how great the cap looked! The colors were just as bright in person and the 100% machine washable cotton material was soft and comfortable. No stiff fabric or unstylish netting anywhere to be seen. I also liked that all the seams were reinforced and top-stitched to ensure durability. And there’s an adjustable buckle in the back so you know it will fit perfectly.

But the best part is that it looked great! I loved how feminine the colors and design were and I received a lot of compliments when I wore it to my kids’ school outdoor event. Plus, it’s so colorful that my kids could easily spot me! I think something like this would be great for even the kids to wear when we’re in crowded areas. I could probably spot them a mile away!

So if you’re looking for a cap (or visor) that will stand out in a crowd, check out Madcapz. You’ll never wear an ordinary cap again.

This post was written for Madcapz who provided the complimentary item in exchange for my honest review.

 

About the Author: Kailani:
Owner of An Island Life. A flight attendant and mother to 3 beautiful girls. . . living a blessed life in Hawaii.
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4 Responses to “Madcapz – Caps & Visors for Women”
  1. 1

    That hat is DEFINITELY not too masculine. LOL
    It’s a little TOO girly for me, but I think it suites you very well :)

  2. 2
    Alma says:

    Your distinction is well taken. And to be henost, if your original post had been as articulate as your most recent, I probably would not have responded because I would have realized that you were more than just a kid who was feeling froggy. I still think that the logic of your position falls apart in the end, but I recognize that it’s more considered than I originally thought. Long story long, I have just realized that it’s not right getting bothered about whether someone else deserves to wear the clothes he is wearing, because who am I really to make that call? If I strike up a conversation at a bar with a fellow wearing a Braves hat because he likes the way it fits but doesn’t know John Smoltz from Adam, I’ll still drink a beer with him and shoot the breeze about something else. As long as his bill’s not flat.

  3. 3
    Olga says:

    more about me and my insecurities than it did about the ppolee wearing it. It’s a nice hat. Why should someone have to have caught a bonefish on a fly to wear it? Orvis certainly doesn’t expect that they’d go out of business if they did. Still, I guess as long as you’re consistent. So no Wranglers if you’ve never wrangled a calf or goat, no ropers for similar reasons. No Sperrys if you don’t own a boat. You get the idea. It’s untenable. Give it up. Wear what you like. Let others do the same.

  4. 4
    Rafael says:

    At last! Someone with the insight to solve the prlomeb!

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