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Hats For Big Headed Fashionistas

Posted on March 01, 2015 by Hennin Headwear | 0 Comments

Are you a fashionista dying to wear a hat, but scared to pull the trigger because of your big head? Well stress no more because we've got you covered. One of the most common reasons why people don't wear hats is because they fear their head is just too big, but perhaps you aren't choosing the right brand or style hat to flatter your dome piece. 

For big heads we recommend a non-structured hat, and by non-structured we mean a hat that does not have a reinforced shape or rigid feel. Wool felt is the best material to go with and can be manipulated and folded without being damaged due to it's soft hand feel. Lovely Bird hats are specifically made for big heads, and are flexible allowing the hat to form to the head perfectly.

In addition to a non-structured style hat, big headed babes should look to wear fedoras and not floppy hats. Floppy hats can look overbearing on a big head, and fedoras will be sure to make you look purposeful and fashion forward. A shorter brim will also be more flattering on your large cranium.

Hats look good on everyone, trust us. We know that big headed girls need love too, and that is why we curate brands for all head sizes.


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How to Wear a Big Floppy Hat in the Fall

Posted on November 09, 2014 by Hennin Headwear | 0 Comments

Floppy hats come in wide range of fabrics and sizes, and can be worn all year round. This fall we have curated our favorite wool felt floppy hats from Lovely Bird. Many people struggle with wearing this style hat in the fall, but it is totally appropriate, therefore we wanted to break down our do's and don'ts for wearing a big floppy hat in the fall.


  1. Commit to a fall inspired look from head to toe
  2. Wear color
  3. Wear your in a low hairstyle. (Check out our picks for top 3 hairstyles in a hat)
  4. Wear wool felt or suede


  1. Stay away from straw or paper hats 
  2. Don't try to match. We always think you should be thoughtful with your color and pattern choices, but we can't stand when people match their bag to their shoes to their shirt. A hat should be a unique accessory that stands on it's own.

 So go for it and buy yourself that wool felt big floppy hat you have been eyeing. This style hat can carry you through the winter, and will be something you have for years to come.

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