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    How to Pick the Best Winter Hats for Women in 2021

    • Author:Aung Crown
    • Source:Aung Crown
    • Release on:2021-11-09
    The days are getting shorter and the air is getting a little fresher. Time to start thinking about your winter wardrobe, and your winter accessories of course. Your winter wardrobe is not complete without a beanie!

    Beanies are used for cold climates, worn on your head to keep you warm. Beanies are great for when you are on-the-go because you can always tuck one in your bag in case you get cold, or take it off an place in your bag when you’re indoors and it gets too warm.

    Choosing the best winter hat is more than just finding one that fits. Follow these few easy steps to successfully pull off your winter headwear.

    Find Fabric With Flair
    You deserve some credit for dealing with such harsh weather. Look for hats in luxe fabrics such as cashmere or fine merino wool. Pay attention to mixed textures such as sheepskin or faux fur lining for added glamour and warmth.

    Play With Proportion
    When it comes to picking a winter hat, don't be afraid to try something new on for size. But that doesn't mean wearing the wrong size — consult our hat sizing guide to make sure you have the perfect fit. If you usually wear a close-fitting cuff beanie covering your ears, try a slouchy beanie worn above your ears. Or if you tend to favor short-brim hats, give a wide-brim topper a chance. Remember, it's just a hat, not a tattoo.

    Get Creative With Color
    If you typically opt for basic black or other neutral tones, consider pushing your palette to try new things. Perhaps wear a bright orange pom-pom hat to add a pop of color to an otherwise monochromatic look.

    Womens Winter Hat Styles
    The weather outside is frightful, but these stylish winter hats are so delightful. Shop these top picks then peruse our wide selection of womens wool hats.

    Winter Beanie
    Probably the most popular winter hat style that comes in virtually every shape, color, and fabric, a beanie is an absolute must in every woman's winter hat wardrobe. Universally flattering for petite to large frames and versatile enough for multiple occasions, beanies can be as serious or playful as you want.

    For a fun take on this warm hat must-have, try a ribbed pom-pom beanie with your favorite cowl neck sweater. For a touch of luxury, treat yourself to warm beanie in cashmere or merino wool. Or try a chunky knit beanie to take advantage of the excellent insulation it provides.

    Much like beanies, berets are soft, brimless hats that are flattering on all women. Often made of wool, crocheted cotton, or acrylic, berets make a good winter hat for the most part. However, unlike beanies, they don't cover the ears. That's why it's a good idea to compensate with a chunky knit scarf or faux fur collar to keep yourself warm.

    There really is no wrong way to wear this iconic French chapeau, so try different angles — tilt it to one side, center it on your head, or experiment wearing it backwards. Finish off a stretch cable-knit sweater, plaid skirt, tweed coat, and black leggings for a fun day-to-night look that will work at the office or out with friends. Our recommendation: Pittsburgh by Scala. This true basque beret is made in France, making it as "authentique" as they come.

    Wool Fedora
    For winter weather accessorizing, you can't go wrong with a classic wool felt fedora. (If you've heard otherwise, that's all the fault of the trilby hat. Take a look at our guide detailing the difference between a fedora vs. trilby and you'll know what's up.) With its soft brim, center crease, and signature pinches on each side, a fedora will instantly zhoosh up any outfit.

    Combine a floppy fedora with a pair of leggings, oversized sweater, and cozy winter boots for a stylish daytime look. Or pair a wide-brim fedora with a plush coat, dress, and knee-high boots for a glammed up night on the town.

    Ball Cap
    Surprised to see a baseball hat make the list? Yeah, thought you might be. But wearing this ultra-casual classic can actually be quite chic if you choose the right fabric, color, and style.

    Whether it's a snapback, strapback, or fitted ball cap, look for cold-weather fabrications such as cashmere, wool blends, or crushed velvet to keep your head warm. Consider rich jewel tones — wine, emerald, indigo, aubergine — to give your entire ensemble a sense of laidback luxe.

    A hat is usually used in reference to a blocked hat, that is a hat that has been formed usually from wool felt and generally has a brim. A beanie is generally knitted from wool or something similar and is worn close to the head; A knitted cap but without a brim.

    However, lots of people often use ‘hats’ to loosely categorize blocked hats, beanies, berets and other headwear together.