5 hats to add your your hair-drobe now

by Hair Romance on April 16, 2014 · 4 comments

in Hats,Shopping Enabler

Hair Romance - 5 hats to add to your hair-drobe now

This year I made a goal to wear more hats. So far I’m doing very well.

I have been wearing some classics from my wardrobe and now I’m on the lookout for more.

The thing I love about wearing hats is that hats makes everything else you’re wearing look more stylish. When you add a panama to a white t-shirt and jeans then BAM! Suddenly you’ve got an outfit.

These five hats are classics and are the perfect building blocks to your hair-drobe. Did I make up hair-drobe? I’m talking about stylish ways to dress your head.

  • A short-brimmed fedora (and love the coloured band)
  • A floppy wide-brimmed sun hat (for perfect 70s chic)
  • A statement sun hat (perfect with a white or black jumpsuit)
  • A raffia hat (easy to keep in your bag)
  • A panama (timeless in black and white)

All five are on my wishlist – can you help me decide which to buy?

FedoraSun hatStatementRaffiaPanama

PS. Shopbop are having a massive Friends & Family sale with 25% off everything with the code INTHEFAMILY14 til 17 April. That includes sale prices too.

PPS. Sorry, I’m a shopping enabler, I have to share these things.

PPPS. So what’s on your wishlist right now? I’m also getting another pair of my fave jeans.

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Smaggle April 17, 2014 at 9:43 am

You do very good hat. I love you in hats.


Hair Romance April 17, 2014 at 3:47 pm

I do love a good hat. You rock a headscarf better than anyone I know x


Lisa May 5, 2014 at 11:31 pm

I love wearing hats myself but it always seems too windy causing me to worry constantly that it will fly off. Any tips for how to keep your hat on?


Hair Romance May 6, 2014 at 10:19 am

Hi Lisa, that’s a great idea for a post. Some hats are more prone to flying off. Buying a hat in the right size and that fits below your occipital bone will be easier to keep on. I also use large bobby pins or hat pins to keep them in place. On really windy days, a wide brim is always a pain so I wear fabric hats or a well fitting short brim hat.


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