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hats

Beach days, garden parties, and outdoor concerts are just a few of the reasons you need a signature hat this summer. Keeping you cool and sun protected while adding style, the summer hat is a must. Whether your look is girly or tomboyish, vintage or contemporary there’s a cap that’s your perfect match. Click the notes to learn more about finding your best-ever hat. –– Laura Martin

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hat hair

 

We love a great cable knit beanie or fedora––they’re stylish and essential during the cold weather months. However, with hats also comes hat hair, which is something we’re not so excited about. And it also leaves us with the limited options of either freezing our ears off or dealing with sad flat hair. But no more, we found several tips and tricks on how to avoid hat hair and still enjoy some stylish headgear. Click through to style notes to get the know-how. –– Michelle Rotbart

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Although fedoras are typically associated with gangsters and private investigators, the style was originally favored by turn of the (20th) century women. First worn in its eponymous opera, the fedora soon became a favorite trend, worn exclusively by women until the 1920s. In lightweight straw and pastel shades, this jaunty accessory adds style to any ensemble, and remains fearlessly feminine. Read on for tips on selection and complementary styling. –– Laura Martin

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Perfect for when you want to be little miss chic; magic for covering up a bad hair day; fabulous for when you don’t want to think about it, hats are cool and funky and fun. And even a fedora can be made feminine. The key to wearing one is to create piece-y or wavy texture in the hairstyle, and then let tresses fall out of the hat in a casual yet elegant way. As another alternative, the style also works well with loose ponytails or casual buns. For our tips on wearing fedoras fashionably well, click style notes.