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Wrap up warm with our top 5 winter hats!

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It’s time to get your winter accessories out! Chunky scarves, cute mittens and, last but not least, a stylish hat. We lose most of our body height through our head, so as the temperature falls, this is a very important part of our body to dress.

There are oodles of hats in the shops at the moment, so we have compiled a list of our top five on-trend pieces… 

It's time to shop for a winter hat

It’s time to shop for a winter hat

 

Top 5 Winter Hats

 

The luxury trooper hat – £375 – Harrods Of London

The trooper hat derives from Russia and is undoubtedly one of the warmest accessories available. It can be difficult to find an elegant version; however, it seems that Harrods has succeeded with their take on this winter essential.

Harrods

Harrods have this luxurious trooper hat

A bright beret – £125 – Mulberry

Mulberry has championed this classic design this season and they have added some extra pizzazz by offering a bright rusty red style. This ultra chic hat channels a sense of Parisian sophistication.

Mulberry

Add a splash of colour with Mulberry

The cute and cuddly owl– £220 – Anna Sui

We fell in love with Anna Sui’s playful owl – the sweet design will certainly attract some attention. The chunky knit also boasts a subtle sparkle finish.

Owl

The adorable Owl by Anna Sui

A touch of sparkle – £300 – William Sharp

If you prefer a more obvious splash of sparkle, you’ll love the Swarovski crystal embellishment on this traditional pompom by William Sharp. The design is basic but we love the quality of materials and this is bound to prove a timeless addition to your wardrobe.

Sparkle

A pompom with crystal embellishment

Fluffy and festive – was £150; now £75 – Karl Donoghue

If you are on the lookout for a bargain buy, The Outnet has a small selection of discounted hats. This shearling cossack creation will certainly stand out from the crowd with its fluffy and fun design.

Bargain

Find a bargain at The Outnet