The 5 Must-Have Hats You Need For Autumn

Everyone knows that layering is by far one of my favourite parts about autumn fashion but if there is anything that I love equally as much, it’s 100% wearing hats for autumn. Autumn is the only time of the year where it’s not too hot or cold to wear a hat. Ears exposed and all, you can wear various types of hats for fall. From the obvious title, here are the 5 must-have hats you need in your wardrobe so you can wear every year.


Starting off, you can’t go wrong with the classic wool fedora hat. I think almost every girl owns at least one or has at one point of their life. It really can make a huge different when it comes to outfits. I personally think that the wide brim hats that almost look like Amish people wear are the best. I love the sturdiness of the brim and can really make an outfit look chic. For instance, the outfit below would’ve looked plain but the hat makes it have more of a fall fashion vibe.



Did you really think I couldn’t mention a cabby hat? I feel like cabby hats are pretty up there in terms of returning trends. I do think it’s now become one of those classic you’ll find every fall fashion alongside the fedora. My favourite is this brown leather one from Brixton that I’ve actually only seen available at Simons! You can find cabby hats everywhere and if you’re looking for a good and affordable one, I definitely recommend H&M. If you’re willing to spend a bit more, Brixton is definitely the place to order off of!


Another huge trend that I mentioned before are berets. I love the classy look to it and how it can be worn both in a feminine and elegant way but also be worn with edgier pieces. This is another on-going trend that has been going on the last few seasons. Even with the hype is over, I  think that can be part of your capsule wardrobe!


For all of those you are more into a casual look, you can’t go wrong with a beanie! I’ll admit, during the winter, you will 100% see me in different coloured beanies with the pom pom on the top on an everyday basis. It’s warm and cute and is easily part of my winter fashion essentials. I definitely wear beanies more so when it’s a colder fall day because I like to take advantage of when I can have my ears exposed!


As for the last one, I feel like floppy hats are very Pinterest fashion looks. I know Pinterest fashion isn’t coined but I’m sure you know what I mean when I say “Pinterest fashion”. It’s the typical: sweater dress, jeans, boots with socks showing on the top and a floppy hat look. Even though floppy hats are no longer my favourite (since I’m really into more structure), I do think it’s worth adding to your wardrobe!


What’s your favourite type of hat to wear? Let me know in the comments below! 


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