The Newest Summer Fashion Trend: The Nantucket Bucket

Bucket hats are on the rise. Accessory brand Nantucket Buckets, founded by Graham Welter and Marc Zuzolo, is taking over college campuses with their versatile designs. The company originally started out of their homes in Avon, Connecticut, and has since blown up amongst students looking for something different to wear while lounging pool-side at their fraternity mansion. Who isn’t?
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The entrepreneurial duo found inspiration for new, bolder fisherman bucket hats while spending their summers on the quaint island of Nantucket. Both men began selling their accessories during their summers, and after selling nearly 600 a day, began to focus more seriously on the business.
The flashy, fratty designs are not only eye-catching, but will also grab the attention of nearby sorority smokeshows. Not to mention, the ladies can snag one for themselves, so it’s a win-win.

Styles vary but one thing remains the same: the company’s catchy name and anchor logo is emblazoned on nearly every one of their products. Aside from bucket hats, Nantucket Buckets also offers buyers an array of t-shirts, and in time, a line of coozies, gags, gifts and every other fraternity and sorority essential you can think of.
The company continues to gain in popularity with college students across the U.S. and offers young, eager entrepreneurs the chance to get in on the fun with their Bucket Reps program. For the last five months, I’ve worked as a brand representative spreading the name to family and friends, and have gotten a ton of positive feedback. See for yourself by checking out our online store. Use the promo code “Wagner” to get up to 15% off of your purchase.
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