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Having lived in the USA the past 7 years I’ve learned to perfect the art of dressing for cold months from “the Bangkokian point of view.” I use the “ “ because coming from a place that temperatures are up to 90-100 degrees everyday — it means I tend to get dressed to have a good time (colors are my jam).
As the days turn to the nights earlier and the temperatures have really started to drop and damp, I notice the focus of many people from looking oh-so-chic shifts to dull and comfortable winter outfits — some combination of a black, grey, navy or subtle toned sweater, heavy coat, and thick boots (nothing is wrong with that, but why only that?). This time of year doesn’t have to mean compromising on style (at least, I don’t).
Well, I’m here today to present a fresh-new take on outfits combined with the get-warm-fast hats. My most obvious tip, but also the most important and is investing in soft, fuzzy accessories like berets, beanies and scarves. If you want to stay warm and fashionable outside in winter, a hat that makes you feel like it wraps around your head is key. You lose 40 to 50 percent of your body heat through your head so it really makes sense to keep it as warm as possible. And if you know it’s going to be 20 degrees beforehand, throwing a chunky knit scarf is a good idea.
One of my most favorite hat destinations to shop to date is San Diego Hat Company. There hats are so great that I am able to wear them from season to season. A wonderful reason I like San Diego Hat Company is that they check off the three big boxes: 1. They create fashionable on-trend hats. 2. They are really well made. 3. They are affordable. And as a bonus they also carry wonderful accessories (I written about them early this summer for their fashion straw hats and recently their new arrival fall fashion hat collection). I BELIEVE in the brand, so I can’t stop babbling how amazing San Diego Hat Company has to offer. I guarantee these items are worth to stock up for yourself and will magnificently add to your holiday shopping list. Yes, yes, and yes!