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October 25, 2011  | by: Lindsay Shoemake

This fedora by Eugenia Kim is a perfect way to incorporate fall materials into an everyday look.

One major way to spice up your fall look is through the creative use of headwear, namely in hats and lively headbands.  Thanks to huge star-studded events like April’s royal wedding, hats have sprung back onto the fashion scene as style staples that add an eccentric punch to any ensemble.

The Christian Dior runway featured aubergine wide-brimmed hats in luxe materials.

When it comes to hats, fall has ushered in floppy, oversized fedoras in luxe materials like velvet and leather.  Other popular accents include feather detailing, ribbons, and bows.  These wide-brimmed hats can be seen on the recent Fall 2011 runways, including the likes of Christian Dior and Rodarte.

Other popular styles of hats include 1920s-esque cloche hats and updated, smaller versions of the classic top hat.

For headbands, the more ornate and unique the better.  Recent fall standouts are flower-adorned pieces, wide velvet headbands, and near-works of art to be worn in the hair.  If you’re feeling preppy, channel your inner Blair Waldorf and rock a wide plaid headband or dainty headband with a bow. If you are feeling earthy, adorn your locks with a braided hippy-esque number.

When it comes to headbands, the sky is the limit!

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