Different Types of Hats for Winter

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    Different Types of Hats for Winter

    Winter cold cuts like a knife at exposed skin. While coats protect the rest of the body, a winter hat is a necessity to keep the head and ears warm. Materials and trends vary for winter hats, but a few styles remain popular favourites continuously.


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    A hoodie creates a trendier look while still achieving the warmth of the conventional separate scarf and hat combination. The length of the bottom of the hoodie varies, with some reaching the bottom of the neck and others draping low across the shoulders.

    Hoodie ()

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    The classic newsboy cap worn by men and women is always a sophisticated style choice. It offers a fashion statement while still keeping the head covered and warm.

    Newsboy Hat ()

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    Cloche hats date to the early 20th century. These hats made of various material show off style and class year-round. Knitted or wool cloche hats work well for keeping out the winter chill.

    Cloche Hat ()

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    Berets remain a favourite hat style of women. Winter berets vary in the width of the hat and rim, from thin to wide. Berets sit on the head a bit to the side, at a tilt or turned around, and placed far back on the head.

    Beret ()

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    Toque hats, once used only by skiers and other winter athletes, add creative fashion to winter hat choices. This snug-fitting hat frequently sports an added brim, pom poms or side flaps, making it not only warm but fashionable.

    Toque Hat ()

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