You can keep your hat on
Come rain or shine, hats are a perfect and timeless accessory. Not many items have the ability to save an outfit when the winds blow (however much we love our cami tops and loose fit trousers, or add a cap when you’re on the field making the most of the warmer weather. You’ve got an excuse to buy loads too, as they help to protect yourself from the sun’s rays – did someone say shopping spree?
The hat is the perfect accessoryMagazines constantly reinforce the idea of statement coats and bags, but a hat will always be the most noticed item as it frames your face. Bobble hats are sloppy and cute, but never underestimate how much a good quality fedora can complement a tailored outfit. Whether your hat is a fashion accessory or worn for practical reasons, Stylight stocks for all kinds of occasions. Hold your head – and your hat! – high and flit between floppy and bowler, depending on your mood
How to Find the Most Flattering Hat for Your Face Shape
Bowlers, fedoras, beanies—oh my. When it comes to the topping off your look with fashionable headgear, it’s important to know which style best suits your face. Adding a hat to your ensemble is a simple, yet fun way to accessorize— and way easier than you think.
Don’t fear the hat-hunting process. There’s one out there for everyone.
Round. Your face is almost the same length and width. Establish balance and create length with a wider brimmed hat.
- Classic bowler
- French-style boater
- Timeless Panama
Heart. You have a strong chin and a wider forehead. A smaller to medium brimmed style will accentuate your features with widening your face.
- Knit beanie
- Baseball caps
- Felt toque
Oval. Create length and highlight your cheekbones with angular hats that have heightened crows.
- Front-brim newsboy cap
- Wool ivy cap
- Bucket hat
Long. Opt for a larger, wider brim to add some width to your head. Bigger hats will look the best and flatter your face.
- Straw sunhat
- Knit beret
- Floppy cloche
Square. Soften structured, angular features with rounder styles. You can definitely go for more dramatic shapes, but avoid basic styles like baseball caps.
- Wider bowlers
- Large, wide-brimmed sunhat
Forget trying on endless hats, now you’ve found the perfect sweet spot.