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Hattbaren, Götgatan 39

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Hattbaren is a small boutique that sells hundreds of different hats. The store was originally a fur retailer but now only sells hats. It's a third-generation store owned by the Rhenberg family, opening in 1917.

From fedora hats to berets, even people who say they look "bad in hats" will find one that's suitable for them. The hats come from distributors in several countries, such as Germany and England.

The shop attracts a wide range of people, from the elderly to fashion forward young adults. Hattbaren also has one other store in Gothenburg.

Opening hrs

M-F: 10-19

Sat: 11-16

Sun: 12-16

Price range: 99-2,000 kr

Editor's Pick: Tan fedora hat, 775 kr

(Photos: Lydia Parafianowicz)

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