Over the last few years fedoras have come back into fashion, and can be worn in a variety of ways. If you like to keep our outfits mostly minimal, invest in a monochrome fedora which will match almost any outfit you can think of creating – and keep your head warm.
Below are just a few different ways to stylishly wear your fedora in any type of weather!
A warm winter coat is just one way to style a classic fedora. It will help to keep your head warm on those cold evenings out of the house, and it works perfectly against the snow and stormy weather. Make sure to spray your fedora with a suede protector to keep it looking brand new.
For when the weather is a little warm, try wearing a boyfriend blazer over a shift dress for a chic day-to-night look. Style icons such as Alexa Chung and Pixie Geldof know how to make this look work, and always complete their outfit with beachy waves.
During the summer season, pair your favourite little white crochet dress with a fedora. This juxtaposition between colour and texture is the perfect way to add a little edge to your outfit. We can’t go past a pair of black ankle boots, or flat sandals to complete the entire look.
Keep cool in the summer with a simple crop top and fedora combination. Choose a collared shirt if you have somewhere special to attend, and complete the look with a pair of kitten heels. Comfort is key!
The fantastic part about stripes is that they never seem to go out of season. We love this laid-back look by blogger Jules Sarinana, combining a neutral coloured fedora, denim, and of course, a classic t-shirt.
A simple fitted sweater is an easy item to throw on with your fedora. If you love the idea of colour-blocking, take it to the next level and wear with a vibrant red ip to further accessorise the entire outfit.
Keep cosy during the winter with an elegant cape, denim jeans, and your favourite fedora. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley shows us the best way to make this entire ensemble work – with a pair of knee-high boots to keep it smart.
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