The “It” Hat For Fall: Brixton Fiddler Cap

Each year, us fashion gals watch the shows, read the magazines, peruse our Instagram profiles and shop our favourite stores in hunt for the latest fall trends. Sometimes, we just can’t away from the “it” trends of the season and luckily for me, this is one that I can actually wear! One of the biggest “it” hat trends for fall is the Brixton Fiddler Cap. I had my eye on this hat style about 2 years ago and spent last fall trying to find the perfect one. I didn’t see this version last year so I’m not sure if it’s new to Brixton for 2017 but I was determined to find one this year.

Sabrina and I were chatting about outfits for our Paris trip coming up and she mentioned she had her eyes on a particular hat style. At nearly the same time we described the same hat in different colours! We both had our eyes on the Brixton Fiddler Cap. I searched online to only find it sold out in our size.  Hat stores in Vancouver had sold out about a month previous but I luckily stumbled across them on the Nordstrom website. I decided to give the Vancouver store a call and (huzzah!) they had it! We quickly picked them up same day.

I’ve spotted bloggers on my Instagram feed all dawning the same cap in black and it looks SO chic with their outfits. It’s a pretty versatile hat for most outfits.

I purchased an XS because my head is on the smaller size, hence, why I mentioned that I can luckily wear this trend. Hats just don’t fit me. I found the XS to be a little bit snug and almost enough to give me a headache after hours of wear but a little stretching and it was the perfect fit. I don’t recommend going a size larger because it won’t sit properly but rather just getting it stretched a little bit.

Here are a few more colours in the same style that you might like. I highly suggest snagging this one before it sells out!

Aritzia white blouse | Zara suit jacket | Frank & Oak jeans
Brixton Fiddler Cap | Jeffrey Campbell mules | Kara Yoo earrings | Banana Republic bag

Photography by Vancouver Photographer Reece Voyer.

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