Fashionable winter headwear
Staying warm and looking cute during winter don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Luckily, there are plenty of cute headwear options to choose from that will help you protect your ears and complete your cold-weather getup. You can opt for some traditional knit or wool hat that looks adorable and will keep your head and ears toasty.Or, you can make some bold choices with something a little more fashion forward like these adorable options for this season:
The classic beanie
The women’s beanie has gained popularity throughout the years for ladies of all ages. Some women prefer the slouchy look with the hat sitting toward the back of their head. On the other hand, a thicker, knit beanie can be pulled down over your ears to keep them warm. This knitwear comes in a wide spectrum of colors, from black to neon pink. Be sure to get one that complements your outerwear to always look put together.
If you’re looking to rock a more rural look, try a trapper hat. These are bigger, usually patterned hats that have flaps and folds to cover your ears. Sometimes they even have tassels with little balls attached to the bottoms. It’s common for these hats to come in prints like red and black checkers, tribal prints or faux fox fur. A trapper hat is great to throw on if you’re looking for a more casual look while still staying toasty.
A beret may not be the best option during freezing temperatures, but these chic hats sure do class up a look. These hats are the epitome of Parisian style and can add sophistication to your women’s pea coat. The best part? These hats are acceptable to wear indoors. Instead of having to take off your headwear once getting to your destination and dealing with the dreaded hat hair, you can sport it all day (or night) long.
Another option for your winter headwear isn’t a hat at all. Instead of wearing a hat, rock a pair of cozy earmuffs. This accessory can come in many different styles. Try some with fluffy material or even an adorable pattern. This is a great option for women who get overheated easily. That way, they can still keep their ears warm but still have some air exposure.
A floppy hat
You might think that oversized, floppy hats are only for warm weather, but there’s a way to incorporate them into your winterwear wardrobe, too. The trick is in the color schemes. For example, opt for neutral, even earth tones to cover your head. If you do want a little color, try for a seasonal burgundy or navy blue.
For more winter accessories ideas, here is our guide to accessorizing during winter – the right way.