Cap It All Off 3 ways to ace caps in winter

Yes you have invested in the ‘It’ coat, boots, muffler, gloves and all possible things which scream winter. But how are you going to top it all off? Literally. How are you going to cover your ears and head at the same time? Sure ear muffs will always be that annoying loyal friend, but come on don’t you want something trendier? In come your winter caps! This accessory is the coup de grace of your entire outfit, believe it or not.

So let us know dwell anymore and move on to which caps should be your best friends this season and what to wear them with.


This cap is very 1920s and is very dapper. Worn during a time when everything was formal, it is no surprise that this cap was worn with suits. If you lean towards the 20s, then wear a suit reminiscent of that era and team it up with a fedora. Else wear it with your casual look and head out!





The small, round, tight fitting cap which covers your ears as well is called a beanie. Usually woollen, this cap is the easiest to carry. Though extremely versatile, beanies look better with casual and semi formal outfits than with formal ones. Team them up with chinos, a sweater vest, a jacket and a scarf. Instead of dark colours, choose colours such as deep red or chrome yellow to bring colour to your outfit.




The Flat Cap:

Or the golf cap. It has a very British feel to it, and with good reason as it got popular in Britain. Been around of centuries (yes, it is plural), this is probably the most popular cap there is. Its versatility males it the perfect accessory for formal as well as casual wear. You can wear this with dark distressed denims, a striped t shirt and a casual coat else team up the tweed version with a pair of corduroy pants, a v neck sweater, a sports jacket and a muffler.




Whether it is the formal wear or the versatility that draws you to it, invest in a good cap which will last you for the entire season. Keep in mind your wardrobe too. You wouldn’t want to wear a fedora with something very casual or a beanie with a suit, right?