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How to Wear Winter Hats
Post On:2017-08-23 11:08:18
When selecting your type of hat of choice it’s important to also keep in mind what style will best suit your face shape, in addition to how it works with your clothing choices.
If you’ve got an oval shaped face, pick a beanie hat. The generally close fit of this type of hat will prevent it from elongating your face.
A chunk sweater, leggings, and some riding boots - topped off with the perfect winter white beanie (try Dahlia’s Super Soft Angora Classic Flower Ruffle Laciness Knited Beanie Cap) - will keep you cozy and warm on the harshest of winter days.
If you’re planning a big night on the town, stay chic with a Dahlia Bucket Slouch Hat. Pair it with a long-sleeved dress, killer over-the-knee boots, and a long dress coat for an evening out.
Women with a heart-shaped face should try to select a hat that has a more slouchy and relaxed shape. This will offset any angles in your face and keep your look soft.
A jewel-tones pea coat, paired with dark skinny jeans, ballet flats, and a slouchy beanie hat with a few feminine touches will complete a totally on-trend look and keep you prepared for the dropping temperatures. Dahlia’s recommendation for the perfect slouchy hat? The Dahlia Pearl Accented Angora Blend Slouch Beanie Hat, of course!
Round-faced gals should select a winter hat that has some shape and structure to it - such as a newsboy cap - that will help define your facial features.
A chic camel colored cape, paired with denim skinnies and stylish black booties will be perfectly accented by our Wool Blend Newsboy Hat.
Of course, sometimes your winter hat is going to be used for purely practical reasons. Whether you’re hitting the slopes, or relaxing in the lodge après ski (or board!), the Dahlia Boho Style Pompom Hat is the perfect mix of stylish and warm. As an added bonus, it comes in tons of colors so you can perfectly coordinate your winter gear!