Celebs are taking the opportunity to don hats this winter season, and their flair for accessorizing has me green with envy. Here in the south, my noggin doesn’t have much use for a warm winter hat, but these looks have me yearning for one just the same. Anyway, if you find yourself in cool climates this winter, check out this useful how-to wear hats guide and find out which cold weather accessories suit you best:
1) Knitted Beret:
Selma Blair (source)
Got a short ‘do to keep under wraps? Want to hide a hideous haircut? Then a knitted beret is the way to go for you. This is a super cute look for any hair length, but works best with short or tucked away hair.
Nicky Hilton (source)
The fitted beanie/skull cap look is best suited for long, sleek hair (trust me, curly hair just looks funny under this look) so proceed with caution. Go for a monotone color palette like Nicky Hilton to add a chic edge to this punky accessory.
3) Knitted Newsboy:
Gwen Stefani (source)
The knitted newsboy cap is the undisputed winner of winter hat looks. Fun and chic at the same time, this look works with fancy trenches and simple sweaters. With a sleek pony tale, this look tops off any outfit for instant style.
Snag a knitted newsboy cap a la Gwen with this cute hat from Alison Beth: