Falls and winters are all about being cozy and warm, however that does not mean that you cannot step out in style. You totally can! Here we have compiled some of the latest 2015 to 2016 autumn Headwear trends along with winter Headwear trends for you to enjoy!
- Funky Helmets and Riding Caps
If you are a Sherlock fan then you will love this headwear trend. The riding caps range widely from floral designs to plain checks, and even the riding helmets come in feathery designs. Mango, Reiss and Stradivarius have created great trendy looks by pairing the riding caps with long coats and high necks. Funky helmets might remind you of bike riding and all but there are also pieces of softer materials and felt. With a braid and the helmet guy might just recreate the Vikings looks at the winter Headwear trend this year!
- Fedora Hats
If you caught the Paris Fashion Week you would know this is ranked high among the headwear trends, particularly in the autumn headwear trends. Wide brimmed fedoras look great with skinny jeans and long coat, fur coats in particular if you have seen a Stradivarius’s catalogue. Be it skirts or denim jackets, fedoras are delightfully chic and snug.
- Pretty Knitted Hats
Of course, no winter is complete without the lovely feeling of a knitted hat keeping you warm. It seems as though these hats have been the choice as winter Headwear for eternity now. They were popular as the fall headwear trends this year and remain in demands what with the bright colours, floral embellishments and additions of feathers. They now also have their pompoms and studs equipped variants that look great for nightwear. With these you can also tie a bun without any fear of feeling child around your neck and ears. Step out in Topshop and Asos’s gorgeously snug collection, which will keep your ears safe from the chilly winter blast.
- Hats with pom-poms
There has rarely been a time when women complained about pom-poms. This year Topshop and Asos’s knitted hats feature lots of pompom collection too, as part of the winter Headwear collection. They look great on all hats, be it the soft woollen ones or the one with frizzy hair. Some even have a spunk of glitter added, and couple of pom-poms arranged in a circle around the hat like a halo. Paired with jackets and blazers, nothing could look better! They are available in all colours, from natural earth tones to bright spring like colours and thus can be worked easily with any outfit.
5. Fur Hats
Is there anything better than the feeling of the soft, glossy fur in your hands? Not only are these warm hats and cozy, they are a delight to wear because they are extremely comfortable. Again, Topshop and Asos’s have great collections of this headwear trend, ranging from hats made entirely of fur to hats designed with few furry parts. Either will look great with anything you wear, be it turtlenecks or plain shirts or coats, the look is stylish and lovely. While the fall headwear trends featured the part fur, part other material hats, winter trends prefers full tulle hats as they are warmer. The most popular colours for these have been the autumn sage, and shades of yellow like yellow ochre because these earthy colours give a warm glow to your face too as the hat envelopes your face.
Get your favourite headwear trend today and elevate your basic fall/winter outfits. You would have never felt so comfortable than when wearing these!