Hats, caps, hairbands, gloves, ties, coin purses, the list is long and the pieces breathtaking. Today we show you the IT pieces to come for the fall-winter season, the accessories that you will be fighting and lusting over.
Let’s start with hats or more precisely Baker Boy hats, it’s one of the predominant hat trends for the season to come and designers have outdone themselves trying to revamp it.
Time for some hats
We love this version by Manokhi, his multicolored black and green hat features a curved peak and silver varnished details; it is to be worn with a long black coat or a leather jacket for maximum effect.
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Another version of the same trend is by Jimmy Choo and it is way more futuristic, thanks to its transparent visor peak and the new interlocking JC plaque with engraved logo detailing that you can find on Farfetch.
The coolest version of them all is by Ukrainian milliner Ruslan Baginsky who rose to fame in a way that most brands can only dream of. After sending his handmade headwear to an editorial shoot featuring Bella Hadid, the model posted a selfie in the Baker boy hat on Instagram and his designs went viral 24 hours later so follow in the footsteps of Kaia Gerber by topping your outfit with this leather black and white baker boy cap.
You can also try the Beret by Ruslan Baginsky as the beret is also having a revival and his version in black leather featuring a slouchy design is one that will grab the attention of others.
Or reach out to your wild side and wear the brown leopard print beret featuring a round body and a classic style that would go hand in hand with a full-on beige outfit.
But fear not, the bucket hat is still hanging around and Marques’Almeida’s version was all about keeping it real this season, raw and effortless, his design features a crinkled effect and a high shine fabric for and edgy look. Pull it off with loose denim pants and a striped top.
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Tied for ties
Another trend taken from menswear is the neck accessories like ties and bow and we fell hard for this forest green bow-embellished leather necktie by Montana and Byronesque.
Standing against mediocrity and outdated nostalgia, Byronesque is all about presenting clothes from the margins of vintage fashion and by collaborating with the famed French designer Claude Montana, they have successfully revived the unique work of an 80s icon. Crafted from forest green leather, this dramatic over-sized bow tie can be fastened around the neck using a self-tie and it is Major.
You can also opt for the multicolored embroidered pineapple silk-blend tie by Gucci that puts a glamorous spin on a sophisticated wardrobe staple.
This statement accessory from the brand’s retro-inspired SS16 collection was created in Italy from lustrous pink silk and boasts a wide know and a whimsical metallic yellow, brown and green pineapple embroidery across the front.
Wear it with a blue shirt and a slim-fit jean for a fancy approach to office dressing or add to a black and white tuxedo outfit for extra glam.