Not Sure How To Style A Hat? Try These Cute Outfit Ideas

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Don't underestimate the potential of a baseball cap, beanie, or bucket hat to transform your look.

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All you need are a few bold accessories to make a simple outfit intriguing. Here, a printed knit bucket adds excitement to an all-black ensemble. Melodie Jeng/Getty Images Entertainment
This multicolor crochet knit bucket hat from GANNI contains all the joyful hues of spring: neon yellow, periwinkle blue, and tangy orange.
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If your personal fashion taste is sporty with a hint of polish, a baseball hat is a perfect addition to your wardrobe. Pair the piece with a blazer and sneakers for a cool contrast. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment
Daily Paper
Black Cap
Daily Paper’s 100% cotton baseball cap is breathable and durable, so you can wear it every day with your outfits (if you wish to).
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Team a hot pink bucket hat with a fire-red raincoat for a fun approach to color. The outfit will keep you dry and on trend while facing the rain. Edward Berthelot/WireImage/Getty Images
Eric Javits
Patti Bucket
This magenta bucket hat will add a pop of color to all your neutral-hued ensembles.
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You don’t need to live in France to rock a Parisian-inspired beret. In fact, the hat gives any outfit an elevated spin, no matter where you’re located. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment
Wool Beret
If you’re not sure about berets just yet, go the safe route and opt for a plain black option. This way, you have more flexibility with how to style it.
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Sometimes, a hat is solely for style. Choose a patterned iteration that you can mix with another print in your outfit, like a jacket or trousers. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment
Free People
Holiday Bucket Hat
If your closet is filled with floral dresses, tops, and pants this purple topper is for you.
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Fact: A beanie is your best friend in the winter. Make it a part of your outfit by opting for one in the same hue as your clothing. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment
Animal Print Beanie
Madewell’s animal print beanie is a cozy hug for your head. It’s made of plush ribbed merino wool and features bold and timeless leopard spots.
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Try giving your ensemble some texture via a hat. For this, a corduroy topper is a great idea. Melodie Jeng/Getty Images Entertainment
Loeffler Randall
Ivy Birch Bucket Hat
An easy way to incorporate brown (this year’s new neutral) into your outfits is with a hat. This Loeffler Randall head accessory comes in five different styles, too, such as blush pink and gingham.
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Go outside your comfort zone and try an unexpected style, like a western-looking wide-brim hat. All eyes will be on the statement piece, guaranteed. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment
This handmade cowboy hat will add a touch of chicness to all your outfits. Style with boyfriend jeans and a tee or with a billowy floral dress.
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For a unique approach to denim on denim, team up a baseball cap in the material with your jeans. Instead of the same wash, choose slightly different colors to make things interesting. Edward Berthelot/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
A.P.C. is known for its quality basics, so you can trust that this denim baseball cap from the label will withstand repeated wear.
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Make your hat the focal point of your look by opting for a fuzzy texture in a bright hue. Then for your jacket, go a shade lighter to tie everything together.Melodie Jeng/Getty Images Entertainment
Stand Studio
Faux Fur Bucket Hat
This green faux fur hat from Stand Studio will keep your head warm even in the harshest temperatures. Plus, it’ll add a cheerful pop of color to your ensemble.
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