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We're dreaming of wearing this Mle Hagen Navy Undertaker hat ($300) with our spring trench. We call it investigator-chic.
Inspired by silent-film star Louise Brooks, this handmade Lisa Battaglia cloche ($350) is a standout piece.
This adorable cloche ($70) from Etsy shop TUTUHandmadeHats will keep you warm during spring's fickle weather.
We?re approaching that glorious time of year: You can finally ditch your enormous fur trapper for a more stylish spring cap.
Here, our favorite on-trend options:
Enough with the floppy Seventies-style brims may have ruled last spring, but this year we?re digging a more adult look: the undertaker hat. Don?t let the macabre name fool you--undertakers have the same vibe and functionality as a floppy (a wide brim that blocks the sun), but they?re markedly more structured. These Mle Hagen hats ($300) are handmade for superior quality and would look fantastic paired with an early-spring trench or a long maxi dress.
Fascinators are boring Much like our pathetic attempt at a British accent, fascinators should probably be left to the royal family. But a Downton-inspired cloche? That?s another story (one that made a hypermodern appearance on Oscar de la Renta?s runway). For everyday wear, we love this sweet style from Etsy seller TUTUHandmadeHats ($70).
The baseball cap strikes out That ratty ball hat may cover your two-day-old hair, but that doesn?t make it acceptable to wear in public. Elevate a casual look with a leather baseball hat ($48). You?ll still be able to hide your locks while running errands, but no one would dare mistake you for the batboy.
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