If there's one thing we can predict about seasonal style, it's that it's totally unpredictable. Case in point: New York Fashion Week kicked off on Thursday with a mild Winter climate to dress for, and this morning, freezing temps and flurries of snow prevailed. With one mission in mind — keep our wardrobe warm and cool — we've culled 15 quick style fixes for whatever Winter throws our way. Think stylish snoods, chunky knit scarves, and plush fur hats for starters; just click below to see our favorite seasonal saviors now.
Today, we’re highlighting one of our favorite cold-weather accessories: the haute hat. We’re totally mad for this must have; it’s super functional, been spotted on runways and style setters alike, and adds a dash of panache to any ensemble. Cozy up to a cloche, mix in metallics, or favor a floppy. Any way you style it, you’ll definitely turn heads. So watch our video now to check out the toppers that are topping our list this season. On Allison: StyleMint top
Warding off Winter's chill has never been this cute! With temps dropping and many mamas pulling out the cold weather gear for the first time all season, it's always fun to see how tots bundle up. While doing the school run earlier this week, Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted covering up James Wilkie's ears with a Cartoon Network Adventure Time w/Finn & Jake Laplander Ski Winter Beanie Hat Cap. More can be found in our round up of cute head toppers below!
Clockwise from top left: Adventure Time With Finn & Jake Laplander Ski Winter Beanie Hat Cap ($40), Bioworld Black Wolf Laplander Cap ($16), Domo Kun Yellow Pilot Laplander Hat ($17), Tiger Laplander Hat ($15), Rovio Angry Birds Bomb Black Bird Plush Laplander Earflap Beanie ($30), Owl Ear Flap Hat ($35).
Clockwise from top left: Peace Mohawk hat ($38), Gap Striped Mohawk Hat ($20), Red Skull Nirvana Mohawk Hat ($35), Mohawk Hoodzie ($46), maddieloubeanies' Grey Mohawk Earflap Hat ($33), The Children's Place Peace Knit Hat ($10), Gymboree Mohawk Earflap Hat ($10)
Ready, set, shop! The back-to-school season is well under way and both parents and tots are shopping til they drop! Before heading out to the mall, don't miss our picks for the hottest backpacks, shoes, coats, hats, and lunch bags the lil ones will be sporting this year!
Hats off to a great school year! The right cap not only keeps lil ears warm and toasty on a cold Winter morning, it also allows tots to show off their style before the bell tolls. From hand-knit caps with sewn-on scarves to pom-pom-topped ones, we've rounded up some of our favorites to keep children from getting chilly.
Girls: 1. Oobi Baby Knit Bear Hat (price upon request), 2. Katiesegel The Cat Hat ($22), 3. MJK Knits Striped Earflap Hat ($50), 4. Knittles Wooly Helm ($48), 5. Swirlyhats Turquoise Swirly Ice Cream ($25).
You may wear a lot of hats as a parent, but your lil one needs her own stash during the Winter months. I love her Sophie La Giraffe teether, but Harlow Madden looks beary cute in her knit hat with lil pom-pom ears. Not only does her cap keep her ears toasty and warm, but it adds some flair to whatever she wears.
A cute topper is a great way to keep your tot's body temperature up in chilly weather, while adding a little fun to the task of getting your bundle of joy bundled up. Check out these awesome options!
I know that winter's approaching when I start to see parents struggling with their kids to keep their hats on. The bucket hats, baseball caps and visors they wore into fall are shelved, while hand-knit, pom-pom and fleece hats (like this one from Janie and Jack ($20)) make their appearance.
You can tell a lot about children, and even more about their parents by the hats they wear. Check out this selection of hats so cute, your children may keep them on even after they get out the door.