James Devaney

How Your Favorite Celebrities Wear Fall’s Best Hair Accessory

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While hats are in heavy rotation all year long, their true time to shine is the cold-weather months (how could we keep warm without them?). An unfortunate and all-too-common side effect is hat hair—but a few key styling tricks can prevent it. Here, take a look at how everyone from Cara to Kendall to Taylor styles their tresses underneath beanies, fedoras and the like.

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Taylor Swift

Yes, short-haired girls can wear beanies. Taylor keeps her lob perfectly sideswept underneath her knit chapeau.

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Kendall Jenner

Her tousled waves are convincing enough to make us want to try the newsboy-cap trend.

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Cara Delevingne

If you'd rather not keep your hair down, a low ponytail is always a safe option when rocking an oversize hat.

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Hailey Baldwin

Pin-straight locks are perfect for a casual beanie. Pull the hat down over your ears to keep warm.

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

This look is perfect for flying from coast to coast. Whether in New York or LA, soft waves and a hat are chic.

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Bella Hadid

She hopped on the dad-hat bandwagon and keeps her mane loose so it doesn't interfere with the cap's silhouette.

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Beyoncé

Bey is the ultimate proof that loose hair and low ponies aren't the only style options for hats. Her braids are everything with her Gucci cap.

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Chrissy Teigen

Also a fan of the braids combo, she opts for a solo sideswept plait underneath her wide-brim hat.

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Kate Middleton

The duchess probably owns more hats and bonnets than we can count. She's a pro, even incorporating some spiraled waves under her pinned beret.

Joan Smalls

The supermodel typically shifts between straight strands, curls and a variety of updos. When it comes to hat day, she keeps it simple.

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