No matter which chapeau you prefer, we have outfit ideas to pair with all of them!
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Chilly temperatures demand warm headwear, so chances are you have amassed quite a selection by this point. Rather than throwing on your hat with abandon, a few simple tips can help tie your outfit together and make it look less like an afterthought, and more like a centerpiece. Taking notes from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Kate Hudson, we have pulled together outfit ideas for a range of different hats, and some shoppable styling pieces to inspire you.
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The military cap has certainly been making a comeback, and we love how Huntington-Whiteley embraced it’s ‘60s vibe by pairing hers with a flippy mini skirt, chunky Balmain Crew Neck Sweater ($1117) and Stuart Weitzman’s over-the-knee Highland Boots ($488).
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Sarah Jessica Parker
Not one to part with her stilettos, Parker recently stepped out in a leather jacket, skinny jeans and a playful, monogrammed Fendi Selleria Bag ($3600), but made sure to stay warm by donning a chunky knit pom-pom beanie.
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At Sundance Film Festival, Hudson effortlessly pulled off après-ski style by wearing a faux fur trapper, a printed Line Knitwear Sweater ($295) in Highlow Maple, Isabel Marant Nowles Snow Boots ($840) and accessorizing with a red clutch and matching lip stain.
To accompany her boyfriend Bradley Cooper to an event at the Sundance Film Festival, Waterhouse kept it simple by wearing a black skullcap, a chunky sweater dress, and her Timberland Women’s 6-Inch Premium Waterproof Boots ($180) in Rust.