Trendy fedora hat

Several trendy headwear styles for AW 2014/2015

Cold days draw closer and closer. And now it’s time to think over the pieces of clothes, which can keep you warm and stylish this season. Today we will speak about such accessory as warm men’s head wear for cold and windy autumn/winter days. Various hats are perfect for finishing trendy and cool outfit. You shouldn’t underestimate the sartorial power of the head wear. There are several key styles for the fall and winter 2014/2015, which can make the men look fashionable and handsome. Let’s discover the top five of the trendy hats and explore the ways to wear and to combine them.

The cold weather fedora

This headwear became popular in the early 1920s when Prince Edward began wearing this soft-brimmed and center-creased hat. Since that time fedora has been used for protection from the unpredictable and cold autumn and winter weather. This season Fedora has become trendy again. On the catwalks of different famous designers we have seen many variations of this head accessory. And the runways for autumn and winter 2014 have shown that fedora is one of the major trends of this season.

If you want to wear fedora this autumn, look for the warm fabrics, like wool or felt, in neutral shades, like black or grey. In this case, the hat will be rather versatile and you will be able to combine various outfits. Match it with a tailored suit or a long trench coat to create a stylish look. Opt for the brands, which produce fedoras of very high quality like Borsalino, Lock & Co., Goorin, Christys’ and Bates of Jermyn Street. They create the hats of unique styles and expensive materials. Such accessory will be the perfect finish of your outfit. However, if you try this formal headwear for the first time, our recommendation is to start with fabulous felt versions from River Island or ASOS. It can help you to ensure that this hat style is suitable for you.

People wearing the fedora

The warm cute beanie

This small knitted close-fitting hat has been known as a round Monmouth hat. Now it’s one of the most popular cosy styles of hats for the fashionistas. Beanie is very comfortable and warm. It can be found almost in all the markets all year round because it’s cute and easy to wear. This season woolen beanie in the combination with luxurious tailored pieces has been seen in the Hackett’s heritage collection on the runway shows for the fall and winter 2014/2015.

The same effect can be achieved if to pair a neutral close-fitting beanie with your office wear. But, certainly, this style is perfect for the weekend. You can team the hat with cable knits, warm sweaters or sweatshirts and casual coat. Beanie is the headwear for a lazy Sunday when everyone want to create the off-duty look.

Beanies can come in different colours, materials and patterns. You can choose any you prefer. If you want something unique, think about such brands as S.N.S Herning, Wood Wood, Fjallraven, Norse Projects and Our Legacy. In this case your beanie will look perfect.

Beanie can be casual and smart

The pork pie hat

This hat style, like fedora, can move us to the 20th century when the hat with short brims and flat tops was very popular. It was noticed in many films of that time. A famous American actor Buster Keaton loved this style very much and wore such hat almost in all the films he played. The first designs of the pork pie hats were handmade by converting other formal hats like fedora into such piece. This season this hat is on top. Perhaps, it’s in part due to the popularity of formal wear, in part – to the well-known film Breaking Bad, where the lead character wore the pork pie.

How to wear it? The silhouette of such hat looks perfect with tailored and smart pieces. You can pair it with a well-cut suit in bottle green, bright socks and tan brogues. If you like to make experiments, try a pork pie hat in burnt orange, which is the biggest trend of this fall. Such look will be perfect for a young fashionista. If you are a rather conservative person, wear a universal charcoal hat which can be combined with all the shades.

A man wearing a pork pie hat

The warm heavyweight snapbacks

This style is similar to the baseball caps. They feature flat brims and plastic back snaps. First it was very popular among rappers, but now all the young fashionistas are eager to wear such style. For the cold seasons snapbacks go in heavyweight materials like leather or wool. They can keep your head warm even when the temperature is very cold.

Wearing this cap, opt for the monochrome looks using the combination of black and white. Another variant is to pair a denim shirt, beige chinos and tall heavy boots. Choose such brands as Vans, New Era, Supreme and Stussy.

Heavyweight snapbacks look cool

The flat caps

This is a real British style piece of clothes. The flat caps remind us the English countryside. The popularity of this trend began in the 13th century and now it remains one of the favourite cap of the contemporary fashionistas. It is very versatile and can be worn both with casual and formal outfits.

If you want to wear the flat caps, combine them with comfortable cable knits, casual shirts, dark jeans and brogues to create a modern country-inspired look. Another variant is to pair the grey textured woolen cap with a sharp suit and a stylish tailored coat. Black leather gloves and trendy Oxfords will be a perfect finish of the look. Opt for such brands as Ted Baker, Barbour, Lock & Co, Ben Sherman, Goorin and Brixton. They create perfect models, which are made of wonderful materials like wool, tweed, cotton and cord.

We have told you about the trendiest men’s headwear for the fall and winter 2014/2015. As you see, there is a variety of styles, colours and materials. You can choose any you prefer. Create various combinations, make experiments and be stylish.

The video about the ways of wearing the fedora style hat