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Winter hat style advice

Posted by schoolbelle (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 18, 09 at 10:18

Winter is about to hit in Ohio and as usual I'm on a quest for a warm yet becoming winter hat.

I'm mid-50s, petite, very short hair, and wear glasses. Most of what I'm seeing looks rather ridiculous on me. Beanies and ski caps are warm but with no hair to hang out the back, sides, or front, make me look like an egg wearing glasses. The ones that don't fit close to the head look too big for my frame and aren't warm.

Any suggestions for a style to try?

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RE: Winter hat style advice

I can't wear beanies either. Or hoods. Try a fedora style with a smallish brim.

RE: Winter hat style advice

Cloche style? I have worn my hair short and that style has worked well for me. If I am not mistaken, I bought mine from LL Bean quite a few years ago.

I am not sure how to copy a picture from the web, but if you Google cloche hats and hit images at the top left hand corner, it will display pictures of the various cloche hats.

RE: Winter hat style advice

Oh My, there really is a hat wasteland out there right now.
I just looked.
Here is a Cloche at Nordstroms.


Here is a link that might be useful: Nordstroms cloche hat

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