I haven't found a cap or a woollen hat that would suit me (yet) but I do love a good felt hat. Just for reference - below you can find different types of hats and what they're usually called. The whole hattology is rather confusing, so don't worry if you call get a bit lost in all those trilbies and fedoras and bowlers. Now I own 2 fedoras (or are they fedoras?!). The one I'm wearing in the picture above is this one (£25, Warehouse via House of Fraser) and it's just a plain black fedora with quite a wide rim. The other fedora I own (you can see it here) is this burgundy one from H&M, it also has got a little wider rim than the Warehouse one. The key point though is that hats put outfits together like nothing else, I always get so many compliments wearing them - even when what I'm wearing is less than impressive.
Have a look at the pictures below - you can wear felt hats with dresses, plain T-shirts and jeans, even with fancy blazers. There are pretty much no limits and you know what? They work as excellent cover ups for bad hair days! *wink wink*
|Types of hats|
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|And obviously, you can accessorise your hat with your cat. They look cool together, me thinks.|