Keep Your Head Warm This Winter

Studies show 20-40% of body heat is lost through the head. Therefore, keeping your head warm in the wintertime is essential. If you are looking for a new winter hat, look for one that is warm and stylish too. Here are some of the top choices in winter hats this season.
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Thermal beanies

Thermal beanieThe North Face creates a line of cute thermal beanies made of soft fleece that keep your head warm without feeling too suffocating. You can get this pink beanie right now at Nordstrom and other retailers for just $30.

UGG shearling hats

UGG makes more than just boots. They make a terrific collection of shearling hats, gloves and other winter accessories. This UGG bucket hat is a fun choice. It comes in three terrific colors and features a genuine sheepskin interior and trim.

Chunky newsboy cap

Newsboy caps might not be as warm as some of the aforementioned thermal hats, but they are definitely fashionable. Select from fun brights, as well as black, brown and winter white. This chunky knit newsboy cap is just $12.99 at Target.

Wool fedora

Wool fedora

For men and women, the fedora is back this season in a big way. And they aren't just for Hollywood celebrities; anyone can incorporate a fedora into their wardrobe. Grey and black are versatile choices, or you can select a purple or fuchsia fedora to add a little funk to your look.

Slouchy knit beret

Choose a slouchy beret in a warm knit - it's a hat that you can wear with almost anything. Whether you are walking to work or spending the weekend outdoors, a beret is a cute choice. Nobis offers a variety of fantastic winter hats and caps, including the Ava chunky hand-knit beret pictured here. It comes in white, violet, gunmetal or navy.

Nobis slouchy beret

Other winter headwear

Other winter hats and headwear to consider include earmuffs, earflap hats and cashmere headwraps.

Whatever hat you choose this winter, make it more than just a way to stay warm. By choosing bright colors, textured fabrics or fur trim, your winter headwear can become a key fashion accessory.

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Comments on "Top trends in winter hats"

HatLover March 08, 2011 | 4:46 PM

Not trying to troll you or anything but - that's a Trilby you've got showing here, not a Fedora.

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