Hats For Windswept Days

We’ve seen a few windswept days over the past few months so I’ve been accessorising my work looks with hats for my daily walks. I’m equally as fond of wooly hats as I am of fedoras so I’ve gone on a search for the best hats for windswept days. Comfy, effortlessly chic and means you don’t have to carry an umbrella; they work with jeans as well as dresses and office days or special occasions (when we get them again). I’m sad not to be seeing all the fab hats at Ascot this summer as well as during wedding season but I’m adding to my collection anyway with various styles and shapes.

On a blustery day a stylish hat can cover a multitude of hair sins. My trusty beanie hat really came in handy on our recent trip to Durham and a fedora style is my go-to if I want something a bit smarter. Layering is key for this time of year and the right hat can tie an outfit together perfectly.

Everyone should have a hat or two in their collection. A bobble hat is a winter essential; we lose the most heat out of our heads apparently and it keeps your ears warm. Now it’s sunnier I like to go for something a little bigger like this wonderful fedora from Nick Fouquet before warmer weather calls for colourful fascinators, feathers or flowers. Shop my finds below and let me know your favourite style of hat.

 

What I’m Wearing: Boots by Anine Bing (similar here and here), Skirt by Storets, Cardigan by Eleven Six (similar here), Bag by Sézane, Hat by Nick Fouquet (similar here).

xx,

Louise Loves

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