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Editors’ Picks: 5 Essential Winter Caps

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Editors’ Picks: 5 Essential Winter Caps

February 9, 2023

Many of us at Remodelista have an unwavering affinity for a particular winter cap—so much so that we’re rarely seen without our hat of choice all season long. We thought it was high time to share the intel. Here are five of our tried and tested favorites.

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Above: “I’ve been wearing this beanie—Babaà’s Hat No. 19 in Natural—all winter,” says Alexa. “Made of pure wool in Northern Spain, it’s available in five other colors beyond basic natural wool.”
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Above: “My friend Meg Cohen supplies my winter scarf and hat wardrobe, which I wear indoors and out,” says Margot. Shown here is Meg’s Cashmere Ski Hat in Silver, available via John Derian; there’s a wide selection available directly from Meg Cohen.
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Above: “I’m obsessed with my Watchcap from Golightly Cashmere,” Julie reports. It’s shown here in Darkest Natural, but it’s available in a total of 18 colorways, from crema to saffron—”substantial yet blissfully light,” the company says, and made entirely in New Mexico.
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Above: Nell prefers the small-batch, chunky knit beanies from The Natural Dyeworks in the UK: “These naturally dyed beanies are made from British wool and come in a gentle palette that the founder, Ros, conjures from locally sourced plants and food waste streams (avo and pomegranate skins, coffee grinds…). I’d like one for every day of the week, please.” Browse the full selection via The Natural Dyeworks.
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Above: The Lambswool Beanie from Maine-based Evangeline is a staple in my cold-weather wardrobe; it’s made in the U.S. from 100 percent merino wool and it’s in near daily rotation in January and February. I really put it to the test last weekend with sub-zero temps here in Maine. The verdict? Snug and warm.

We’re sharing all our winter essentials this year; for more picks, see:

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Editors Picks 5 Essential Winter Caps portrait 5
Hats, Belts, & Gloves

The Watchcap

$165.00 USD from Golightly Cashmere

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