This week we’d like to encourgage our readers to try something new, and maybe out of your comfort zone. If your normal hats consist of ball caps, knit beanies, or straw sun hats, here’s another closet staple that’s worth a second look: the wool fedora.
The wool fedora is perfect for chilly fall and winter days and has true style-power. That means adding one to a simple outfit like jeans and a sweater can make all the difference. Cherry Blossom teen model, Miranda, looks amazing in her black wool fedora. Since Miranda lives in Colorado, this item is not only useful but adds tons of style to her simple skinny jeans and black top. Miranda also tossed on a plaid shawl to keep warm.
Wool fedoras might look pricey, but they can be found for amazing deals. These do not have to be expensive at all. Our picks are all under $40. Also, don’t think you’re limited to black. We’ve included a couple of color options, but we’ve also seen fedoras in burgundy, navy, chocolate brown, and army green.
Are you ready to make a wool fedora your next fall purchase? Let’s talk about what to do with your hair underneath.
Miranda has long, fine hair. We love her twin boho-inspired fishtail braids. Even more, we love that she left some strands of hair loose to frame her face. Since fedoras are wide-brimmed, adding some loose layers around your face balances out the look. You can also try pulling long hair into a single loose side braid, or tuck hair all the way behind your ears and let it fall down your back.
If you have shorter, chin-length hair, it looks great either straightened or scrunched up with styling product peeking out underneath the brim.
Think fedoras are just for older teens? One of our favorite tween models, Ella, is here to prove you wrong. She’s rocking hers perfectly with a jewel-toned tunic and simple hair with a touch of curl. And even if the fedora is not for you, find another way to try something new this fall. Aria pumped up her own signature style by adding a gorgeous auburn wash to her beautiful curls.
Happy October, everyone.