Do you 'do' winter hats?
I am giggling to myself as I type out this post. I honestly love a hat, but having short hair I need to be careful as to which styles I go for, basically in-order to avoid looking bald. Depending on the style I will either really suit a hat or I really, really won't!
Ok this part may be controversial in the hat stakes, because I realise they are everywhere on social media at the moment, (so much so, I have personally named them the 'Fashion Blogger's Hat') which
probably means everyone other than me likes them, but the blinking dreaded floppy 'Fedora' :-) Look fab on 70's-esque, long flowing tresses types but would just not be me at all.
On the same scale (in my bonkers mind) is the 'bobble hat'. I look like the village loon in them, although I have to admit that I have bought a sweet grey one from River Island. More to look at than anything else ... because the bobble is cute (?), whether or not you will actually see me wearing it is another matter.
I am sooo nesh when it comes to cold weather and my head ends up freezing so I will have to wear something. I'm quite happy in a beret and I will also pop on a trilby 'type thing' during the summer months, so I thought I would have a hat searching mission ... 'my style'.
I seem to be stuck somewhere circa 1920. Expect something a bit quirky, border line vintage to appear on my barnet anytime soon.
I love these!
Good old M&S with a BELTED TRILBY - £19.50
Not entirely sure I could get away with this one or where the heck I could wear it but I do love it all the same - Helene Berman Flapper Hat at Anthropolgie £48.00, this one is available in three different colours.
Ok this next one is a Fedora but it's pretty gorgeous and would no doubt suit anybody other than me.
THE LINCOLN FEDORA - ANTHROPOLOGIE £118.00 Love this and it's PINK.
A beanie hat - how flipping cute? With pearls and a veil!
What about you - are you practical on a mission to stay warm or a little more sartorial with your hat choices?