At some point in life you have to make a tough fashion decision: what is your go-to style of headwear? Are you a felt fedora kind of girl or is a slouchy beanie more your thing? It’s not a decision that should be taken lightly, but lucky each style tribe has its own supermodel pin-up to help lead the way. Personally I’m all about the wide-brimmed fedora, so I take my hat-spiration from Rosie H-W and Miranda Kerr. Which style tribe are you in?
Cara Delevingne and the Beanie: Cara has never met a beanine that she didn’t like! And, although this trend peaked last Autumn/Winter, it’s still going strong for the current season. This time around, however, swap slogans for gemstones and embellishments. If you’re on a budget Topshop has a great option in navy blue, and on the higher end of the scale you can’t beat TNTees chunky-knit pom pom beanine.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and the Fedora: If, like me, you spend a lot of time on JustJared.com you’ll know that Rosie Huntington-Whiteley rarely steps through the doors of LAX airport without a felt fedora. Like fellow beauties, Miranda Kerr and Blake Lively, Rosie loves to hide under a wide-brimmed hat – and sticks to classic shades, such as camel, burgundy and dove grey. Get the look at Catarzi, Topshop and Eugenia Kim.
Gisele Bündchen and the Baker Boy Cap: Okay, so Gisele doesn’t exactly walk around her hometown of Boston wearing Baker Boy caps. But open any magazine this season and you’ll see her modelling H&M’s peaked felt hat to great effect. This style is the most difficult to wear, which is why it’s best left to the women who are either crazy-fashion-forward (Victoria Beckham) or crazy-beautiful (Gisele). Find the look at H&M and ASOS.
So, which supermodel hat tribe are you in? Chose your team wisely and let me know which side you’re on…