From Berets to Fedoras—How We’ll Be Styling Hats This Fall
Grab your chapeaus!
The past few decades saw a decline in the popularity of hats. What used to serve as a utilitarian component of your ensemble now acts as a fashionable accoutrement. This reversal has led to deterrence—the hat's at times superfluous connotation overshadows their still functional nature. A hat can shield your face from the sun, generate warmth, or even provide an antidote to the occasional bad hair day. So if you find yourself in need of some inspiration to help reincorporate a hat into your fall wardrobe rotation, we've recreated three easy looks below.
Fedora + Tailored Separates + Chunky Boots
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This modern take on suiting is anything but boring. The addition of a knit tank, chunky boots, and the wide-brim fedora (the star of the show) keep the ensemble casual and exude the energy of the fall season.
Bucket Hat + Pleated Skirt + Mary Janes
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Now that most of us have accumulated one or two (or ten) bucket hats, it's time to figure out how to actually wear them. We love how Zoë Kravitz indulged in a nostalgic pleated skirt and mary-janes, then toned it all down with a super basic white tank.
Beret + Leather Jacket + Oversized Denim
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To avoid the Emily in Paris effect, layer your French beret with contrasting elements like a tailored jacket or oversized denim.
Top photo: Courtesy of instagram/@monamali_
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