With temperatures dropping, we’re looking for new ways to keep our lids warm without looking too over-bundled or getting major hat head. We’ve found a bunch of head-warming options that are sure to keep us toasty and looking alright during the frosty Canadian winter.
One of our favourite lunchtime go-to’s is the new Joe Fresh at Queen and Portland. Their Slouchy Knit Toque is an affordable $10 and an easy favourite for everyday wear.
For staying cozy on weekend walks or heading up to the cottage, we’d choose this playful ASOS Multi Knit Hat ($29.23). A great mix of colour and texture, this toque that makes us want to get outside and start a snowball fight.
When we’re hitting the town, we sometimes opt for a statement hat and this ASOS Leopard Faux Fur Cossack Hat ($22.84) is perfect for a night out. We’re super in to leopard anything right now.
When the weather starts to get really cold, we reach for fur. This Rudsak Heloise fur knit hat ($50) is something we’d rock from the city to the slopes.
This Shopbop Fem Fedora Hat ($80) is as sexy as it is masculine. It may look a little Carmen Sandiego but espionage is hot right now. We’d pair it with a chunky knit on those not-so-frigid sunny days.
The Twiggy by Rachel F ($315) is very man repeller (see yesterday’s post), but we love it. A combination of mink and wool and awesome.
The Tuque MTL ($80) is also by Rachel F. It’s striped and has a giant (removable) pom . What’s not to love, hipster?
If there is a little one in your life, it doesn’t get much cuter than this Children’s Rabbit Bomber Hat by Crowncap ($29.99). Practical but stylish – we say start ’em young. And if you hate the idea of sporting a hat, then go for ear muffs. They’re not as good at keeping you warm, but if you’re that vain about your lid, at least your ears won’t fall off (Gucci, $416.24). Yep, they’re not cheap, but you’ll be one of the few kids on the block sporting these beauties.