Winter Head Warmers

I was lucky enough to have an amazing high school experience, except in one department: hats were painfully compulsory everywhere but the classrooms. I swore I would never put one of those wretched things on my head again. Nu-ah. Not this chick. It took me a solid two months before being hatless felt normal. My head was weirdly light.

But then I discovered something wonderful, something that could perhaps heal the wounds of the hat-ruined-hair of my high school life. Meet felt winter hats, my dear fashionable friends.

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As the weather finally (maybe) starts to cool down, a good felt hat won’t just make you look hot, but keep your head warmer too. They’re oh-so-stylish (like the to die for Rag and Bone beauty above) and unlike their summer counterparts, the cooler weather ensures no sweaty heads! Phew. And did I mention that they suit almost every face shape? Score!

The felt’s allure was too much for me and I just had to have two (this happens to me a lot). I got myself a pop of colour from my fuchsia Sportsgirl fedora style felt hat, and a trusty, goes-with-everything khaki wide-brimmed option from Glassons. Both perfect for disguising a bad hair day (not for creating one) and for a little extra umph to some of my more tired autumn/winter looks. A girl can only afford so many jackets, you know?

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Miranda Kerr rocks the hell out of her felt hats on the streets, and Lara Bingle was in fine form in her Hatmaker by Jonathan Howard piece at the races!

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Try one on for size and see what a felt hat can do for you. If I can be converted, I’m sure you all can!

Hannah x

Image Credit:

www.mydaily.co.uk
www.thefrontrowview.com
www.stylise.com.au
www.mydailyaddition.com

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