Ladies, it’s time to steal another wardrobe item from your main man’s closet, along with his perfectly fitting slouchy jeans, and his super comfy hoodie you’re going to want to grab his fedora as well. While the fedora was first designed for men in the 19th century, now-a-days its become a fantastic unisex accessory. This season chic fashionistas are topping off their outfits with the oh-so versatile and fashionable fedora. This season fedoras are rolling out in all sorts of shapes, colors and textures.  From casual straw fedoras to sleek classy black felt fedoras, this hat is a stylish and simple way to top off your look this season, so we suggest you give it a shot.

The chic celebrities opting to rock the trendy fedora are numerous. The fiercely chic Victoria Beckham opted to tuck her hair under a sleek black fedora, topping off her casual-glam travel look recently. Channing Tatum’s leading lady Jenna Dewan Tatum kept her look casual and relaxed, sporting beachy waves under a boho chic gray wide brimmed fedora. Karolina Kurkova is another fashion icon who opted for a fedora recently and we love how she choose a bold electric blue hue which perfectly contrasted with her light gray top and chic leather jacket. Celebrities aren’t the only ones loving the fedora this season either; famed hat designer Amy Lehfeldt showed a slew of swoon worthy retro style fedoras in rich hues with playful accents. For spring, summer and fall feel free to look toward the fashionable fedora to top off your chic looks.

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One of the fantastic things about the fedora is that it can go from retro to modern in an instant, depending on your hairstyle and accessory choices.

For example pairing a fedora with soft retro curls is a fantastic way to add a classic dash of elegance to a summer look. Alternatively, topping off a sleek straight hairstyle with a chic black fedora and adding in a pair of mirrored sunglasses makes for an ultra-chic modern ensemble.

If you’re looking for a chic hat to top off your outfits, look no further than the stylish and versatile fedora.