Put a Lid on It with a Hat from Goodwill

The cold winter months require we bundle up; therefore, it’s essential we keep our heads; warm that is! Find hats for every occasion including winter when you shop Goodwill. Not sure what you’re looking for? Read further to review hats I’ve given my stamp of approval on for winter warmth and for solidifying your “fly girl.”

The Bucket Hat – First, let’s establish one thing; the bucket hat is not easy to wear. Created in the image of the old school ‘Kangol’ worn back in the ’80s, the iconic hat has made a comeback or depending on how you look at it, or your age; some might say it never left; it’s just been given a new name. Whatever the case may be, rock your bucket hat the old fashioned way with a sweat suit or fancy it up with a trendy smart look. Either way, you’re in there like swimwear (corny cliché but nobody’s clever all the time).

Beanie/Skull Cap – You’ll have no fear of the colder temperatures when you choose a traditional “skully” to keep your head and your ears warm. There are so many choices for the entire family because their versatility is unmatched in the world of hats and is worn by everyone from hip-hop icons to workers along with just about everybody else in between. You’ll find no better way to keep the cold temps off your head and ears than a beanie.

Baseball Hat – Often when you think of baseball hats, you think of men’s fashion. But baseball hats aren’t just for the boys anymore as the ladies love their Major League snapback cap just as much as the guys. Don’t forget the trucker hats made famous by none other than Ashton Kutcher and of course, truckers with the mesh-paneled backs and your favorite sports team on the front or bedazzle it out with rhinestones. Baseball hats nowadays come in all sorts of looks and you can find just about all of them at Goodwill.

Goodwill helps you and your family prepare for the long winter months at prices you’ll certainly feel good about. Further, for more than 100 years, Goodwill has helped people with disabilities and homeless veteran’s find meaning employment within their communities by “providing an array of vocational services like skills training, job placement, coaching support, worksite support and so much more.” Learn more by clicking on the link > https://www.cincinnatigoodwill.org/why-is-job-readiness-important/.

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Alisha Tyler, Fashion Advisor