Cutest Winter Headpieces

Winter is here everyone… and so is the cold. You probably have a love, hate relationship with the cold. The fresh snow and fuzzy sweaters are welcomed but billowing winds and bad hair is certainly not. Always wanting to look our best and stay our warmest, we’ve compiled styles of the cutest winter headpieces just for you. Whether you’re looking to make a fashion statement or just keep your head warm, you can actually achieve both with these winter headpieces!

Headbands

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Headbands most likely stopped being a staple piece in your wardrobe beyond the early 2000s. The plastic hair comb accessory is no longer popular; however, thick and wide knitted headbands are perfect winter headpieces. Depending on how you place one, it can lay over your ears and forehead. Headbands are as cute as they are practical. Keeping warm is the whole point, right? Plus, since this style is merely a headband, you can continue to wear it indoors during the cold months. Styles of twisted knots and embellished details give you an array of options to match your winter style.

Turbans & Head Wraps

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Head turbans and wraps add that extra touch of elegance and visual interest to your winter outfits. You’ll be confident that your head wrap will keep most of your hair free from soggy snowflakes and strong winds. Knitwear is highly popular during the fall and winter months. We wear knitted sweaters and scarves, so a knitted winter headpiece is the perfect addition to our outerwear. A knitted head turban or wrap will be sure to keep your head and ears warm and keep your style cool.

Beret

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French girl chic is a great go-to style to emulate during the winter. From their sleek long overcoats to their bright red lipstick, go for it and try out a beret too! The beret is one of the top symbols that we associate with France, along with the Eiffel Tower and croissants, of course. Berets may not be the most practical winter headpiece, but women of all ages have been adorning these cute headpieces forever. Casually angled on the top of your head, this breezy look is the perfect winter headpiece for a day of shopping or night on the town. A classic black beret may be the staple accessory you’ve always needed, but there are also so many options including bedazzled, multi-colored, and patterned styles.

Fur Muff

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The debate of real fur versus faux fur will potentially never end. Obtaining real fur is seen as unjust to the animal while producing fake fur is seen as harmful to the environment. If you are pro-fur in either respect, consider a head muff this winter season and make a real or fake fur purchase. A fur head muff looks incredibly luxurious and extravagant. If you are looking for the ultimate statement, this is the accessory for you. Acting as an oversized winter headband, real fur can give you more warmth. Fur muffs can be very expensive compared to the other winter headpieces on this list so keep your budget in mind!

Fluffy Earmuffs

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It is probably accurate to say that everyone loves a good set of earmuffs. They are an essential winter accessory that is intended to keep your ears protected from the harsh cold. Because of fast-fashion, there is a huge assortment of earmuff styles we can pick from. More than ever before, anything from brightly colored, faux fur adorned, heavily embellished, or artistically shaped options are on the table. We personally love a cute fluffy earmuff. And the best thing is that you can wear earmuffs along with other winter headpieces if needed, including knitted headbands and beanies.

Which winter headpiece will you be wearing this season? Let us know by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs!

 

xo,

Victoria

Victoria Montalti

Victoria Montalti is an undergraduate student at LIM College where she majors in Fashion Media. She is the Editorial Intern for Glam & Gowns.

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