Ikea launches a bucket hat that looks just like their iconic bags and we need it

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Bucket hats have had a huge revival in recent times, with every man and his dog looking like a 90s raver come summertime.

However, one thing that never went out of fashion is iconic Swedish homeware store Ikea.

With bargain prices and great quality products, it is a shop forever in vogue.

But what about a combination of the two?

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Well, guess what? The hat you never knew you needed has just landed on the market; an Ikea bucket hat made out of their famous Frakta bag!

We know what you're thinking, this really shouldn’t work… but it actually looks quite brilliant.

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It is made out of the same material as the legendary blue and yellow bags; 100 per cent polypropylene with a 100 per cent polyester liner.

The product description reads: “This hat is made of the same hardwearing and durable materials as one of the world’s most used bags.”

The brand also explain that due to its material it: "Provides protection from the sun and rain, and is easy to keep clean – just rinse and dry.”

Also, being Ikea, the trendy piece of headgear comes with its own Swedish name and it is called ‘Knorva’.

But rather annoyingly it is currently only available to purchase on the Australian Ikea website, but it will soon be on sale across American stores so hopefully it is just a matter of time before we can get our heads under one.

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It retails at $3.50, which translates to just £1.94, so hopefully it will be cheap here too when they, fingers crossed, come to our local stores…

Additionally, if novelty items are what you are after we have also compiled a list of covetable Amazon items you never knew existed before now.

Take a look at the list here, but we warn you in advance that reading it might send you into a shopping frenzy, resulting in non-stop Amazon parcels arriving on your doorstep!

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