Fall Fashion: Women’s Hats

This fall, the biggest trend for women’s hats is new twists on standard classic headwear. First mentioned in last week’s post, the decorated cloche, which made a huge comeback last fall, is returning for this season. Although, the hat is available in classic shades, for a more demure look, be bold and choose a cloche in a fun color, such as plum or raspberry. Buy one with embellishments such as feathers or flowers or get creative and add your decoration. hair accessories for women

A new twist on the traditional Scottish tam may make you feel prepared for a European sojourn! Although this hat is generally found in solid black or crème shades, more daringly detailed, bright colored tams are also available.

The bowler has been popular amongst men and women since Charlie Chaplin made the hat famous. Black is the bowler’s staple shade, but it is available in other colors. For a feminine touch, tuck a feather or flower in the hatband.

A slouchy beret is a casual accessory that can be worn in a variety of ways and accommodates many different hairstyles and hair types. Whether it is a soft crochet or a loose knit, this hat comes in a plethora of colors and stitch patterns.

And, if you are a fan of floppy straw hats, why not transition the style into the cooler weather? A wool floppy hat embodies the whimsy of its summer sister with an added touch of refinement. It will keep your head warm and still protect your eyes and skin from the sun.

Hats and other hair accessories for women are available for low prices online, which means that you will be able to afford hats different styles to suit your fancy!

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