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5 ways to look cute on Mad Hatter Day

Hats off to the Hatter! Today, we’re taking a break from the norm and realizing the silliness of everyday life. It’s Mad Hatter Day, inspired by Alice in Wonderland, of course, and is the perfect opportunity for you to change up your routine with a totally cute hat. Here are our faves.
This fedora is a hip way to wear the feather trend you’ve been seeing everywhere.
Feathered Wool Fedora, $16,
This adorable owl hat (also available in other animals) will get you through the rough winter season in style. You’ll no doubt get compliments whenever you rock it.

Arizona Animal Knit Hat, $21,
The floppy hat isn’t just for the beach – this printed version is much more fall appropriate and adds a wild touch to any outfit.
Pins and Needles Leopard Felt Floppy Hat, $42,
This studded beret is an essential for any winter wonderland, so break it out a few weeks early for Mad Hatter Day.

Studded Beret, $20,
Ok, so it’s not technically a hat, but this feathered headband will still dress up your hair in an unusual way. Rock it for a Kate Middleton-inspired look.

Feather Rhinestone Headband, $7,

Weather you wear a hat or not, don’t forget about the true purpose of Mad Hatter Day: to celebrate the silliness in your everyday life. Take this day to let loose and have some fun, babes, you definitely deserve it!


BY RACHEL NUGENT ON 10/6/2011 11:00:00 AM

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Super cute fall outfit idea: Add a little texture to your look with a ruffled blouse under a cardigan.
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