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Noggin Toppers: Faux Fur Trapper Hats

Posted by Claire | Tuesday December 14, 201015 comments
It may not be the first day of Winter yet, but across North America we're being pummeled by the white stuff (but hey - White Christmas!).  Will you snuggle up under a toasty topper like these trapper hats?

Katy Perry, Rihanna, Ashley Tisdale

We're admiring this hat, once a serious fashion faux pas, in fabulous faux furs (which is very very in):

Topshop All-Over Fur Trapper US$44, Jacqueline Lamont 'Amelia' US$210, Forever 21 Faux Fur Trapper C$15.80

Forever 21 Faux Fur Snowflake Trapper C$17.80, Metropark Nordic Fur Trapper US$24, Fairisle Winter Fur Trapper C$32/US$31

Topshop Beige Knitted Faux Fur US$36, Danier Lamb Suede with Faux Fur C$35 (sale), Cord Faux Fur Lined Deer Stalker Hat US$40

Would you wear the Trapper hat?  We've worn them... twice.
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on November 30, 2014  glumbumble  9,933 said:

I honestly think these look ridiculous, no matter who wears them. These are the ultimate practical winter hat though. When it's -45c out, I envy those bundled up in these goofy hats.

on December 16, 2010  mamaluv  STAFF said:

@jlc1953 - these styles are all made with faux fur, not real. Only the Danier style (middle hat, bottom image) has a lamb suede outer shell, but the others are not made from dead animal products (at least, as described on their respective websites). Some may be made from living animal products (eg. wool).

on December 16, 2010  jchang212  91 said:

@jlc, I'm sure there are faux fur ones, and I think once you pass your threshold of taking in the cold, you'll do anything, even *gasp* ruin your hair to keep warm! ;)

on December 16, 2010  jlc1953  156 said:

Sorry, not a chance for me. First, I'm against using real fur and secondly, I'd feel ridiculous with one of these hats on. What do you do with your hair after wearing one? To each his own though, if you like it, by all means go for it.

on December 16, 2010  thepinksimsboard said:

I love my 2 trapper hats!! I wear them snowboarding and skiing, or just when I'm running errands or going to class. I pair them with aviator shades when I wanna look super cool ;)
They put the fun in functional cuz they're fashionable and super warm. I wouldn't give them up!

on December 16, 2010  VitruvianWoman  1,315 said:

I love these hats. I got one at H&M;last year, and I have to say it is my favourite winter hat. When the temperature gets below -10 I break that hat out. A temperature above -10 is simply too warm for it and will boil your head, because these hats are AMAZINGLY WARM. I don't care if people are too embarrassed to wear hats like these, it's not about fashion, it's about practicality. We live in the Canada, we need big furry hats to keep ourselves warm, not some stupid slouchy beret hats, which as much as they are cute, are entirely impractical for winter. I'm not about to be one of those girls complaining about how cold it is while dressed inappropriately! :D

LOVE. Still have mine. Going to break it out when the weather gets really bad!

on December 15, 2010  cathy3087  98 said:

I'm a fan! I love when fashion is practical too!

on December 14, 2010  shagtownlady  9,255 said:

hell yessss these hats are SO adorable and absolutely the warmest thing. My bf's mum got me a really cute one from mark's work wearhouse (surprisingly!) for christmas last year, and I have honestly been praying for snow to come so I could wear it again :)

on December 14, 2010  Ali de Bold  STAFF said:

Absofrigginlutely! There is nothing warmer.

I know I look ridiculous with my ear flaps hat but I don't care since I'm so warm. If you click on over to my picture (the last link), you will see how shameful I look and also that my outfit doesn't match but I am warm, Sisters. I am warm.

on December 14, 2010  ngill  1,669 said:

I am also in love with these hats! I'm currently hunting for a cute faux fur one, but I'm picky and want a particular shade of brown! Though I do like the ones with the fairisle knit patterns, that might just be a bit too far out of my comfort zone!

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