When the weather starts to get colder and days begin to get shorter, you know it’s time to put your straw hats away for the season.
Your straw hats can transition seamlessly from summer to fall, allowing you to continue to use some of your favorite summer pieces!
Here are some of my favorite ways to style my straw hats for the fall:
I love pairing this straw hat with a sweater dress. The contrast of the light straw with a black dress always looks so good!
Pair it with some ochre earrings (these ones are handmade by the most amazing artist!) to finish off an outfit that screams you’re ready for fall.
I love how this light straw hat looks against these white pants and dark floral top. The cropped pants are perfect for those transitional days when it’s cool in the mornings and hot during the day! Again, pairing your hat with a pair of drop earrings is the perfect statement piece to pull together your look.
So I found this straw hat on a recent trip to Nashville, TN and I fell in love instantly. This hat is justtttt enough off white that it pairs perfectly with any outfit and the straw is super stiff so it can be worn year-round! It’s hand-made in Guatemala and the hat-maker hand signs each one they create!
I love pairing it with this denim jacket (made in fair trade certified factories) for those brisker fall days. This is the best straw hat to style for fall! But let me tell you, this straw hat works for any and all outfits. I’m in love.
Here are a few more of my favorite straw hat picks for fall! Sadly, I don’t own any of these, my husband is not liking how many nails he has to put into the wall for my hats…
I mean look at this beautiful hat! The color is perfect to pair with any of your fall wardrobe staples.
Is the texture of this hat not gorgeous? Style this straw hat with a deep orange sweater and your favorite jeans and you’ve got a good thing going for you!
Do you feel like you now know how to style your straw hats into fall? I hope this post has given you enough inspiration to feel confident wearing them into fall and beyond!
How do you find yourself styling your hats this season? Leave a comment below with your best tips!