The Best Hats To Try This Autumn

I must admit that I am not the biggest hat-wearer and I have never been one. I still find it difficult to find a style that really suits me and I can wear on a daily basis – I have a cute fedora hat for autumn photo shoots, I reach out to my only baseball cap for a hike in the mountains, I can quickly put my barrette in the colder winter days, but that’s really all. If I decide to add a hat to my outfit, it is always an attempt to top it off, never out of necessity.

However, something changes during the autumn season when I find myself looking for more hat options. Whether I’m trying to find a cure for a bad hair day, or I want to show off my new hair layers, or I want to add an extra layer of warmth in the colder mornings, in autumn I tend to reach out to hats more than in any other season.

So today I wanted to share my top hats for your go-to fall look – from fedora hats, fisherman hats, floppy hats, baseball caps, there is a style for everybody! Added details like braided trims and dipped crowns combine with fine materials like wool to provide warmth, durability, and unmatched chic, making each of these popular hat style for fall instant must-haves. Keep reading to discover my top picks!


Loved for: the warm cognac camel tone makes it a casual and versatile winter colour. It is very similar to the one I am wearing in these photos.

Style with: a cute scarf in neutral warm tones


Loved for: the authentic Harris tweed fabric

Style with: some trendy hoop earrings


Loved for: the feminine dusty pink colour will pep up your wardrobe and a classic beret will never fail to keep your head warm and cosy.

Style with: a neutral polo neck sweater


Loved for: Linton Tweed has been producing high-quality tweed fabric and yarns for luxury fashion houses worldwide. They have supplied to renowned names such as Burberry and Chanel.

Style with: a cute over-sized sweater


Loved for: laidback vibes without compromising on warmth

Style with: oversized autumn coat

What is your favourite hat style? Let me know in the comments below!

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