TREND: Fall’s Top Hat Trends

If you only try one off-the-wall accessory this season, make it an outrageous hat.

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If you experiment with just one trend this fall, make it an eye-catching cap. At Steven Alan, big felt fedoras and woven wool beanies made a cozy-yet-stylish accents.
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Hermes experimented with dandy, Bowery Boy bowlers for fall, embellished with fanciful ribbons and bead accents.
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Tory Burch's cozy fur trapper would add major warmth during chilly winter months.
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Marc Jacobs' pink, polka-dotted chapeau would add a pop of personality to a drab fall ensemble.
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Funky patchwork dresses were given matching bucket hats at Sonia Rykiel.
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Milly's classic camel cloche takes a cue from Coco Chanel.
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Another elegant cloche option from Ralph Lauren's fall collection
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Another floppy felt option from Marc by Marc Jacobs' fall collection.
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Long messy locks pair beautifully with floppy felt hats like this one from Catherine Malandrino.
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Lanvin angled their dramatically oversize hats over one eye for a mysterious, Dark Avenger look.
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Classic black beanies are here to stay, as evidenced by Karen Walker's Liverpool-inspired fall collection.
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At Gucci, colored fur stoles were matched to bright, feather-embellished fedoras.
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Givenchy's felted helmet caps feature pointy cat ears.
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Balanced atop tousled up 'dos, Chanel's miniature tweed fedoras were pinned tight to the hair to keep them from slipping off.
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A more daring hat-wearer might for for one of Victoria Beckham's sporty, swimcap-like chapeaus.
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