With the cold season here most women are interested in the fashion trends for headwear. This is why you will be glad to find out that this upcoming season you can explore your taste for trendy headpieces by trying a myriad of styles from classy, to retro and boho-chic.
If you are a beanie fan you will be glad to know that they were present everywhere. Their youthful look is surely a beloved one and you can see trendy beanies in the collections of DKNY, Tommy Hilfinger and Rebecca Minkoff. The beanies come in all shapes and sizes and you can choose a relaxed knitted one for prowling the streets or a one with satin finish for a night out clubbing. There are also a multitude of colors to choose from.
The classy look of the beret is totally back for cold season 2013-2014. The masculine touch makes this hat the must have accessory for any stylish girl . You can choose from a lot of fabrics because the berets of this season are made of velvet, fleece or drape. Choose monochrome pieces for a classy look and consider items from the collections of Ralph Laurent , Giorgio Armani and Dsquared2.
Furry headpieces are surely the find of this season. Beautiful furry trims or simply amazing looking hats add a touch of wild elegance to any outfit. The designers chose different structures and a multitude of colors. Lovely furry clip-on’s are perfect for evening wear and superb helmet style designs are ideal to fight the winter cold. For inspiration have a look at the pieces from Chanel, Anna Sui and Michael Kors. The green fashionista in you can always choose the model made of faux fur.
Baseball and men inspired hats
The retro touch of this season comes from men inspired head pieces. Cool looking retro hats that make us remember the 80’s but also hats inspired by baseball caps encourage both the classy side and the sporty-chic look this cold season. For a classy touch consider Charlotte Ronson or Cynthia Rowley, while for the sports inspired look you should choose Moschino or Herve Leger.
Volume and asymmetry
In case you are looking for the notes defining the headwear trends for this cold season you should know they are asymmetry and volume. Thick yarn and decorations are adding volume to the knitted head pieces present all over the catwalk, while fluid fur makes the hats both lovely and asymmetric.