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Hats Off To Women's Fashion

Step aside, guys! This post is exclusively for the hat-loving ladies out there... Accessories, accessories, accessories! You can never have too many, right? While handbags and scarves are essential, there’s nothing better than stepping outside of your comfort zone with a fabulous new hat. While many women shy away from hats for fear that they can’t pull them off, the key to becoming a Hat Lady (and not a Cat Lady) is to pair yours with modern pieces and current trends. Here are our favorite outfit inspirations for your winter-to-spring wardrobe:

Wide Brim Woman

wide brim hat style

Do blazers ever go out of style? Pair a black blazer with black skinnies and a casual white tee for a boho-esque style. Camel wedge booties add dimension to this all black and white look, while this floppy wool hat is a perfect finishing touch. Complete the look with va-va-voom waves and a pale pink lip to bring out your natural beauty.

Feminine Fedora

women's fedora style

Headed to an art fair, a casual date, or a day at the office? As you're frantically trying to decide what to wear, consider throwing a hat into the mix! Celebs and bloggers from L.A. to NYC have upped the style ante with fedoras. This woven straw fedora is a perfect match for trouser jeans paired with a flowing blouse, cardigan, and flats. Fedoras are extra-cute with a low, messy bun or a big, loose side braid. Complete this look with metallic shadow or cat eye liner!

Cloche Cutie

cloche hat style

Vintage pieces are ever-so common on the runways these days, and hats are no exception to this throwback trend! For the fancier occasions in life, a retro-looking pleated dress, traditional peacoat, and t-strap heels make for a fashionable look that is both modern and vintage. Don’t you just love this 1920s-style wool cloche with its adorable rosette embellishment? (It's so Gatsby!) Perfectly polished curls and a bold lip tie this look together, making you an envied vintage vixen!

Ladies, are you sporting hats this winter and early spring?

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