As fashionable as puffers have become, it’s still tough—especially as the winter months drone on—to feel chic walking down the street in one, because we likely wore it yesterday, and the day before, and the day before that. So I try to have fun with accessories, mixing it up with bright or patterned scarves, and cool hats too, like this menswearish plaid one.
This is just rather cheeky and cute.
This cotton cuffed hat comes in several good colors, but of course I’m attracted to the yellow.
Bold stripes on a wool-cashmere blend beanie are an instant (and cheery) statement.
A corduroy fisherman cap in the best caramel brown (there are other hues too if you don’t so much dig this one).
A chunky fleece hat for the coldest days.
And speaking of which, when it’s really bitterly freezing and windy, you could do much worse than this poppy balaclava from Kule.
A corduroy bucket hat with an ever-so-slightly floppy brim.
OK, here is the cheapest cashmere beanie I could find, and it is in fact so cheap that you can stock up in more than one color.
For a classic winter look, you can’t beat a chunky hat topped by a big pompom.
A padded tiger print hat with a narrow brim: so jazzy.
I’m not the biggest beret fan, but I do like this chunky red one.
And finally, I’m very intrigued by this quilted tie-front hood, and might just have to go for it.