5 Go-To Headwear to Invest in This Winter

December 30, 2020

To keep cool but stay warm during winter, you can’t skimp on great headpieces. The little extra details can make a difference and elevate your look from a simple, classic outfit to the next level. Here, we gathered the top 5 headwear trends inspired by the most stylish women on the streets.


Baseball Cap

So what’s the best way to nail this style staple? Avoid the neon colors and light materials and go for weightier fabrics in neutral colors like beige, khaki, blue, and brown instead. This cap is perfect as an all-year-round accessory to keep the sun off the skin, masquerading bad hair days, etc. Style it with sweatpants and sneakers or a casual dress and boots to make it more casual.




Knit Beanie

The ribbed-knit beanie is a must for cold winter days. Pop up a bit of color to bring the perfect amount of playfulness to any drab winter look.  It's a smart way to upgrade a morning outfit or even dress down an evening one. Wear it with your favorite teddy coat, jeans, and gold hoops. Another option is to marry a crew-neck sweater with black denim shorts for an off-duty but seriously chic outfit.



French Beret

This Parisian staple isn't going anywhere in 2020. Wear a colorful beret with a total black outfit to make a statement or add a rock-and-roll feel with a slip dress, a moto jacket and combat boots. Opt for a beret made from unexpected materials (like patent leather, corduroy, or velvet) for an unexpected look.



Bucket Hat

This season the ’90s trend has continued to gain popularity in fall and winter of 2020. The nostalgia value of the hat is eternally appealing: from wool-blend fleece to vinyl , you can match your bucket hat with a key piece of clothing, such as a blazer or a pair of trousers, in the same color palette.




On the other end of the headwear spectrum lies the fedora hat, great for the cooler fall and winter months.  Turn back time in one of these detective-style fedoras: They’ll look effortlessly cool with earthy-toned outerwear and knee-length boots. Wear it with a trench coat or a leather jacket to look pretty sharp and sleek.


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