You can leave your hat on…

You may have noticed that winter has suddenly snuck up on us. One day we were walking around with bare legs and the next we’re wrapped up against the elements. Gloves are now an essential and our scarf has hardly left our neck, but the big winter warmer story of the season is the hat.

In line with the craze for all things 1920’s inspired thanks to our friends at Downton Abbey and the soon to be released reworking of The Great Gatsby, the Cloche hat is the shape to be seen in for 2012.

If you’re looking for something more substantial, a faux fur style is the way to go. Warm, glamourous and perfect for those chilly winter evenings, they will keep you looking stylish yet snug.

Or why not try and oldie but a goodie. The bobble hat is the choice du jour of the cool kids and is a fresh, fun look. All you have to do now is choose which style to go for…

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Faux Fur:Ai??Up the glamour factor while staying warm

Clockwise from top left: Therapy Faux Fur Trapper HatTed Baker Faux Fur HatLinea Faux Fur HatTed Baker Vondy Faux Fur Hat

Trilby or Cloche?Ai??Stylish and sharp. The perfect accessory to make a statement.

Ai??Clockwise from top left: Pied a Terre School CapBiba Feather FedoraLabel Lab Feather Detail FedoraDickins & Jones Cloche Hat

Bobble:Ai??Fun, young and warm. What more could you want?

Clockwise from top left: Dickins & Jones Pom Pom Hat - Bastyan Cable HatLabel Lab Fur Pom Pom HatTherapy Fairisle Trapper

Kate O'Brien

Hi I'm Kate, in a previous life I was Womenswear Editor but these days you are more likely to find me pouring over a planning calendar than the latest copy of Elle in my role as Online Content Producer. A Northern tourist in London, some of my favourite things in life include red wine, chutney (accompanied by cheese), sequins, grey cashmere and Matt Damon. I am known in the HoF office for owning far too many coats for one person, laughing too loud, and drinking full fat Coke only when hungover. My life's ambition is a simple one; to own a Puggle.

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