There are so many reasons to get in the habit of throwing on a big sun hat on bright summer days. It protects your skin from sun damage. It hides the epic frizz that is a fact of life for many of us this time of year. It adds a major dose of glamour to your outfit. Not convinced? Check out how gorgeous this vintage, ’70s sun hat looks with red lipstick. I want to wear it while lounging on an outdoor chaise lounge and sipping a mint julep. Must. Make. This. Happen. [$22, Roselein Rarities]
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is real and it’s a menace! Help beat the winter blues by bundling up in these colorful cold weather accessories. Seriously, it’s kind of difficult to be in a shitty mood with a hot pink pom-pom hat on.
A couple weeks ago, I told you about my encounter with a fedora-sporting Justin Theroux and my subsequent realization that while a fedora on a dude is an immediate red flag for doucheitude, lots of celeb women are also rocking the trend. I asked whether you would wear a fedora this spring and summer, and the vast majority of you said YES. So here, as promised, are 12 options, all under $30! Keep reading »
Last week, Ami and I were having a post-Soul Cycle glass of wine – as we do – when a man wearing a slightly askew black fedora and sunglasses wandered into the bar. “Oof, Justin Timberlake circa 2003 called and wants his hat back,” I whispered. Ami took a quick glance and grimaced as well. A second later, I realized something. “Hey! That’s Justin Theroux!” It seems Jennifer Aniston’s fiance — who, despite the catty way I feel about is headwear, is hilarious (have you seen “Wanderlust”?!) — was the man wearing the talisman of doucheitude. See, Timberlake in a fedora in 2003 was a brief moment in time when the look was kind of okay, but Theroux in a fedora in 2013? EGADS NO. Generally speaking, a fedora on a man should serve as a giant red flag. (And I say this, people, as someone who really, really love Channing Tatum, who never met a fedora he didn’t like and wear obsessively.) Keep reading »
Now that Paris Fashion Week is winding down, we can reflect back on the weeks and weeks of runway shows, designer spotlights and trend forecasting. But before we close the chapter entirely on the Spring/Summer 2013 season, let’s take a look at some of the bizarre headwear that made its way down the runway this past month.
We can always count on Philip Treacy, maker of strange and confusing and fabulous hats, to send some truly mind-boggling headgear down the runway at London Fashion Week, and this season he didn’t disappoint. His collection was part Michael Jackson tribute and part engineering masterclass, not to mention a major muscle workout for all the models involved. Here are 15 particularly zany examples, along with the best places to wear them…