July 28, 2019
I recently went on a long trip with a woman who wore a hat almost everyday. She looked so put together that she has inspired me to add to my hat collection at home! If you asked me why I wore hats a couple years ago I would tell you it’s because I hadn’t washed my hair in a week… (Which is still the same today.) But I finally realized that wearing one is precisely an accessory to finish an outfit.
Hats are a timeless piece. They’ll never go out of style. The reason why I mention that is because I know they can be pricey. Like, really pricey. Yet, because you know they’ll never fade away in fashion it should reassure you when buying one.
piper floppy hat // I bought the sea green last fall and loved the fit so much I had to buy it in the black. The floppy brim is trendy and you can’t help but feel fancy when you’re wearing it. They’ve just come out with it in mustard, red, and wine!
alesandra adjustable toyo hat // The perfect beach hat!! It not only covers my face from the sun but also my shoulders. Hallelujah to big rims right?!
pink wool bucket hat // Bucket hats are so flattering. I think anyone can pull them off. If you’re going to own one, own this one. The wool and detailed seams on the brim are flawless.
fiddler baker hat // Some people can pull this style off, and some can’t. You’ll never know If you don’t try! I can’t think of a better accessory for fall.
straw bucket hat // This is the first bucket hat I bought and I didn’t take it off for a week. Seriously, I wore it with everything. I love how casual and “summery” it looks.
wesley wool fedora // If you follow me on Instagram you know I wear this twice a week.. It’s so classy and truly matches with everything. Jeans or a dress. black or brown.
(I am a size XS in all hats)
Storing your hats is very essential. You really have to be careful because a fold on the brim will change the style and look cheap. Bluntly– it will look like crap! I stack mine on top of each other in a tall pile and store them on the top shelve in my closet. I’ve also seen them hung on walls or on a line against the wall hung by with clothes pins.
The straw hat in this post wasn’t packaged very well when it came in the mail. It was crumpled and had folds all over it. (Don’t get me started!) To get them out it’s actually really easy! You just boil a BIG pan of water on the stove and then keep the hat over the water and it will soon unfold the crimps.
What do you think about hats? Show me your favorite hat in the comments!
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