Initially, it was men who wore fedora hats, but that slowly changed, and now it has become increasingly popular among women too. They started making hats that were more feminine, with colors, embellishments, materials, floral arrangements, etc. And, till this date, these hats are the most elegant and popular choice for most women. It has a short brim and an indent either on one side or on both the sides. These are slightly more casual and go with floral dresses, skirts, jeans, one-piece dresses, and jumpsuits. Just wear a layered outfit, throw on a fedora, big brown sunglasses, and camel boots. Ravishing.
Small/mini hats meet in the middle between the fedora and floppy hats. These are a modern addition to the old school definition of caps. These can be used for both formal and informal occasions, depending on the material, make, and how it has been accessorized. Wear it with formal ankle length pants, or skinny jeans and a silk top, and spin it any way you like.
Cloche hats were popular in France in the early 19th century. They are long, narrow, and come with a smaller brim. They are meant to sit low on your head. In the second part of the 19th century, cloche hats got a makeover, and designers started to bring in their element with buttons, embellishments, etc. Wear these with a bodycon dress, or with something more formal.
Golf caps are one of the most contemporary styles of hats and are impeccably chic. The golf cap was not really for Golf, but it was more like a promotional event wear that caught on, and has now become a big part of the game. But, do not assume that you wear these only if you play the game