NEED TO KNOW: 9 Hairstyles to Pair with a Hat
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There’s something about a Fall hat. Whether you’re having a bad hair day or looking to inject some style into your look, hats will forever be Fall’s must-have item. From avant-garde chapeaus, to wide brims or effortless slouched beanies, we’ve compiled a list of go-to tresses to pair with your hats.
The oh so effortless side braid. With locks gently falling out on the opposite side of the braid, this ‘do will take you 2 minutes to create. Want to one-up this simple side braid? Try the side fish tail braid!
GLAM TWISTED MESS
Very rarely can one pull off low pigtails, but topped with a wide brim is one of those times. Center part your hair and secure each side at the nape of your neck. For the undone, messy look, pull apart gently with your fingers.
LOW BRAID AT NAPE
Just because summer is over doesn’t mean you have to put your bohemian spirit to rest. This low braid at the nape will have you feeling like a boho goddess all Fall and Winter long.
Forget what you know about tight, pulled back, ballerina buns. These days the messier, the better! A low messy bun is best achieved with textured hair, add Oribe Dry Texture Spray before styling.
SLEEK LOW PONYTAIL
Messy look not your thing? Not to worry, opt for a sleek low ponytail. Gather your hair at the nape of the neck and secure with an elastic.
NO FUSS STRANDS
Natural fine locks? Let them hang under that brim with no additional work needed.
Pull your hair back and let a few strands fall forward to frame your face. Not sure how to best frame your face? Read this piece on parting your hair.
ROMANTIC LOOSE CURLS
The perfect juxtaposition to tomboy beanies are romantic loose curls.
COOL GIRL WAVES
Because you didn’t get enough sea-salt waves this summer, keep them going strong through Fall and Winter.
Do you have a favorite way to wear your hair with a hat? Let us know in the comments below!