We’ll be the first to admit that hats aren’t always the easiest accessory to pull off. It’s all too easy to fall into a style rut and reach for standard classics such as baseball caps and straw hats—especially when you’re just trying to keep yourself warm (and potentially to cover that bedhead, too). But as we’re looking at the fall hat trends that came down the runway, it may be time to step out of your comfort zone.
If the F/W 18 runways have been any indication, headgear is going to be huge this season. We’re talking everything from updated takes on knit beanies and wide-brim hats to more unexpected styles like the turban. Hats can be the unsung hero of an outfit, making a lasting impact. Even if you wouldn’t normally consider yourself a “hat girl,” these standout styles are reason enough to start experimenting. We pulled together the hat trends you’ll be seeing everywhere to help get you started.
At Marc Jacobs, we saw sleek planter hats with wide brims—total ’80s vibes. Let these be the classic topper for all your fall outfits.
Yes, you can wear a straw hat after summer.
This color will be so unexpected for fall.
Swap out your standard baseball hat for an ultra-chic turban. With endless styles down the runway at Gucci, we know we’ll soon be seeing them everywhere.
Such a nice change of pace from your standard cap.
Keep yourself warm with this knit turban.
You deserve this.
Come fall, you simply can’t go wrong with a classic beanie. Go for a more colorful option, or snag a chunky knit this season.
How good are these colors?
You can’t go wrong with this.
We love this color for fall.
The bucket hat has gotten an update for the fall at Prada by way of fun patterns and interesting materials.
This will go with anything you wear.
Sometimes you just need a simple black bucket hat.
Is it just us, or are crystals having a moment right now? Dolce & Gabbana showed glitzy embellished toppers down the runway, solidifying the trend for fall.
Your beanie just got an upgrade.
How gorgeous is this beret?
This hat will dress up your outfits in a subtle way.
Now, if you’ll excuse us, we’ll be adding these to our carts.