Nostalgic '90s kids will love this Pizza Hut-style bucket hat

Pizza Hut knows a thing or two about pizza, and now, the brand can also add fashion to its list. On April 5, the pizza giant teamed up with creative culinary collective Chain to launch a new bucket hat — a big deal not only because the bucket hat trend is still very much alive, but also because the reversible hat's iconic design was inspired by On one side is the iconic red roof of the pizza restaurant, and on the other side is the famous Pizza Hut Tiffany lamp (IYKYK). This limited edition item won't last forever, though, so here's how you can get your hands on the hats before they're gone forever.

Called the "Cabin Hat," the new product will make '90s kids miss those after-school trips to their local Pizza Hut even more. If you're looking for some pop of color to complete your fit, the red side of the hat is inspired by Pizza Hut's iconic red roof, featuring a simple bright red design with the classic Pizza Hut logo on the front. But if you really want to show off your stan, you can flip the accessory over to reveal a pattern that will give you a nostalgic feel.

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Inspired by the eye-catching Tiffany lamps hanging from the ceiling at Pizza Hut, the other side of the Cabana Hat features a red and white plaid pattern on the top and sides, with a stained glass design in black with the Pizza Hut logo on the edges to complete the look. It's so close to a replica of the famous lamp that it looks like you're wearing a real lamp on your head.

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The Hut Hat will be available online on April 5th at 12pm PT for $35 while supplies last. It's unclear how many hats are up for grabs, so you'll probably want to get them sooner rather than later to be on the safe side.

According to a press release from Hut Hat, the collaboration between the two brands began when a Chain Instagram post about how much the beloved lamp resembled a bucket hat went viral, and the rest is Hut Hat history .

"Those Pizza Hut Tiffany lamps are one of the most iconic pieces of new American design," Chain co-founder Nicholas Kraft said in a statement. "They evoked so much joy and beauty. Memories." Now you can wear these nostalgic joys on your sleeves, or more accurately, on your head.