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5 Winter Hats We Love

Jan 23, 2013

According to a completely non-scientific study we read recently, you feel temperature changes most in your head, hands and chest. So while you don't necessarily lose most of your body heat through your head (sorry, moms who say that to get us to wear a hat in winter, but that's a myth), you will feel colder if you don't wear a hat when it's cold out.

Fortunately, we've scouted the internet to find the best-looking toppers that are both stylish and toasty. Check them out and find your favorites.

#5 Knit Beret 

Katie Holmes may be a mom, but her adorable style is fitting for any teen or 20-something with fashion sense. We're loving the knit beret from Forever 21 -- at $1.99 (USD), you can get one in every color!

Katie HolmesKatie Holmes in a knit beretCourtesy of Glamour

#4 Cloche Felt Hat

Justin Timberlake isn't the only one who can rock a fedora. Check out Blake Lively in one of her signature fall and winter looks. She usually picks neutral colors like gray and tan, but for anything  from canary yellow to deep, dark gray, adorned with bows, feathers and sparkly clips, we found the widest variety of colors, shapes and sizes at Target. 

Blake LivelyBlake Lively's Felt FedoraCourtesy of Grazia Daily

#3 Knit Beanies

The lovely Amanda Seyfried is often seen sporting a knit beanie, and so can you! They keep your head toasty warm, crush nicely to stuff into a backpack or pocket, and come in many colors and different knits. Eddie Bauer features these in all colors and shapes starting at $9.99 (USD). 

Amanda SeyfriedAmanda Seyfried in a knit capCourtesy of tlfan
 

#2 Faux Fur Hat

Who says high fashion better than Angelina Jolie? Faux animal fur is all the rage with fashion- and eco-conscious celebrities, and the pricetag is more digestible, too. We ~heart~ the bucket hat style, but Angelina's Russian Princess look is okay by us, especially when paired with a matching shawl.

Angelina JolieAngelina Jolie in a Russian style faux fur hat and trimmed wrapCourtesy of Amerain
 

#1 Animal Hats

Don't wait for Halloween or a trip to Disneyland to get your ears on. Get fun, funky and fashionable with these cute and warm kitty-eared faux fur hats. All the celebs are doing it... Like Jessie J., Demi Lovato and Nikki Minaj (pictured below) as well as Dakota and Elle Fanning. Head to Urban Outfitters or shop Amazon.com for a wide variety of animals, styles and colors.

Jessie J, Demi Lovato, and Nicki MinajJessie J, Demi Lovato, and Nicki Minaj sporting animal hatsCourtesy of MTVStyle
 

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