Hot picks from MOA® Trend Specialist Sara Rogers
These terrific toppers will serve a higher purpose than keeping your head warm this season – they are a key piece for adding a little style to your wardrobe. The runways were flooded with hats in all shapes and sizes from funky fedoras to dandy driving caps. However, before you top off your look with one of these fun styles, keep in mind that your hat should fit your face shape and your personality!
Hats are listed clockwise from top.
108 North Garden
The fedora was popular in the 20th century as a stylish way to protect your head from the wind and weather. Now these classy hats are back and bigger than ever with fun patterns and feather details.
108 North Garden
It’s time to get “mad for plaid” as this classic pattern continues to take over apparel and accessories. A punch of plaid is the perfect way to add a little style to a basic T-shirt and jeans.
178 South Avenue
Burberry’s pompom peaked hat was a huge hit on the fall fashion runways. Made of 85% wool, this chic cap will also keep you toasty on chilly fall nights!
Spotted on celebs like Brad Pitt and Justin Timberlake, the driving cap is no longer associated with driving Miss Daisy. This proper style has been updated for fall in unexpected fabrics, like this denim cap from Diesel.
Onward Style is Lavender’s exclusive column written by Sara Rogers, MOA® Trend Specialist. Sara has worked in the fashion industry for more than 20 years as a model, fashion specialist, wardrobe therapist, and television host. As the Trend Specialist and Personal Shopper for Mall of America®, her “office” spans 4.2 million square feet and more than 520 stores, providing her with extensive resources to research what’s hot in retail trends.