The Cap Edit

The easiest way to elevate ones look is to introduce a accessory. The great thing about accessories is you don’t have to go to designer, you can affordably tap into this seasons most exciting trends with great high street alternatives.

Caps have been around for a while now but this season we have seen more designers than ever take to the runway exhibiting collections of all styles with one commonality which was the baseball cap, it was used to finish off the most fashion forwards of looks.

Mara Hoffman’s S/S 15 collection saw a subdue pastel palette of garments ignite the runway, where much of the pieces juxataposed soft tones with prints that saw dynamic geometric patterns and shapes. The collection vastly flowy with undertones of androdgynous infusions where the pieces were largely laid bare but when they were accessoried it was with the cap. The baseball inspired cap featured in three different looks which saw brightly coloured styles and printed stunners.

Another fashion week front runner that accessorised their look with the cap was Alexandre Herchcovitch. This collection was insanely beautiful with many of the pieces inspired by Hollywood glam made in the most luxe fabrics and soft colours that saw dewy mellow yellows, vivid greens and with touches of burnt orange.  The floral prints and feminine flowy cuts all lent to the sophisticated feminine attitude which worked effortlessly with the sports luxe feel which was channelled with a intricately embellished caps.

Then there were the more traditional looks that as you can imagine which featured baseball caps paired with the sartorial aesthetic meets street luxe for DKNY. This season more designers than ever have embraced the trend from the likes of  Alexander Wang to Rag+Bone and even Victoria Beckham.

In celebration of trend and accessory you can quite literally wear with all your wardrobe favourites, I’ve put together  the most stylish caps to keep you going this season and there after…

One: Whistles-£50

Two: Farfetch-£267

Three: Lane Crawford- £215

Four: BCBG-£56

Five: Nelly-£12.95

Six: Boutique1

Seven: Avenue 32-£120

Eight: Farfetch-£405

Nine: Asos-£28.78

Ten: H Lorenzo-£330

There you have it, which style would you most like to rock?


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