Fashion Style of the Week - Fall Hats
Did you know that September is National Fall Hat Month? I have to admit, I didn't know there even was a National Fall Hat month until last week. I was browsing the internet looking for some great Fall hats (for myself) and literally just stumbled upon this fun little fashion tidbit.
Hats. Oh, especially Fall hats. The first thing that jumps to mind is COZY. There's nothing like a warm, comfortable cozy hat. One you can toss on, even without it being too cold and just feel good. There are some beautiful and classic and trendy hats available right now, ones that truly will be the icing on the cake for any Fall outfit. It's funny, I will never forget my father-in-law once telling me, "I love a good hat." I found the statement so silly, but oh-so true. A great hat makes a great outfit. It really can tie everything together.
So this week's Fashion Style of the Week is all about the Fall hat.
Here are some great options for Fall hats -- regardless of your climate:
Fedora. This is one of those hats that you can really have some fun with. A Fedora hat flips up in the back and bends slightly right over your eyes. Chic and trendy. Such a great hat to pair with trousers pants, a blouse and blazer. Dress it up!
Conductor Hat. I just bought myself one of these hats. I love them. I find them to be trendy, but in a simple way. It's not so different that you feel like you are making a huge fashion statement. It's subtle and just a great style to be able to wear with jeans and a hoodie.
Newsboy Hat. My sister's favorite! The Newsboy style is very fun. I love seeing this type of hat with a woman's hair down and spilling out underneath. There are some great Newsboy styles out there with embellishments and logos, so be on the lookout.
Chunky Knit Hat. My personal favorite. I cannot get enough of this style. This speaks Fall to me. I see this hat and I think cozy and comfy and leaves falling off trees and apple pies! This style just exudes Fall. It's that time of year when we can pull out the sweaters and scarves and really get ourselves into "winter" mode.