Riviera Beach, FL, December 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- With 2014 coming to a close, it’s time to look at the upcoming trends for the year ahead. Headwear is a fabulous way to look and feel great as you keep warm and cover hair loss or even just a bad hair day. Fashionable headwear also makes a great gift for sufferers of alopecia or side effects of chemotherapy.
By keeping an eye on the trends, you can be sure to look stylish as you cover up.
Both comfortable and warm, fur hats are often a winter trend. This year’s offerings are inspired by the retro 60s looks seen at Fashion Week, with designers such as Badgley Mischka, Rebecca Minkoff and Missoni utilizing the style on their catwalks.
Featured designs ranged from traditional, to unique shapes with bright pops of color.
It’s easy to recreate the catwalk look, albeit a more toned down version, by searching for a practical yet chic fur (or faux fur) hat that suits your look.
Knitted hats are a classic, appearing both on the runway and in stores year after year. They remain popular due to their simple yet customizable style, available in a vast range of styles, colors and patterns. There’s one to go with every style, outfit, hair color or face shape, so take a look at what’s on offer and choose a knitted hat that reflects your personality.
This French style is always on trend and can add some classic Parisian elegance to any outfit. Huge names from John Galliano to Rodarte to Ralph Lauren have featured berets in their recent shows, in a variety of styles including feathers, glitter or texture. They’re bound to be huge for the year ahead to stay ahead of the trend and pick one up now for a chic accessory that’s easy to wear.
Attach N Wrap Covers and Extensions
Any of these stylish headwear choices can be worn over Attach N Wrap covers or extensions. The beautiful Vietnamese wefts could look stunning tumbling down from a fur hat, teamed with a winter coat and boots! Make the most of headwear by experimenting and creating the perfect look that suits your style.
It can be hard to feel like yourself as a cancer patient or sufferer of alopecia; however the simple addition of a hat or extensions can bring back plenty of self-confidence.