Often associated with fall wedding fashion, there's a hat for every time of year and every type of bride. Keep reading to learn how to rock a hat with your wedding ensemble. Plus check out some of our favorite stylish bridal hats! 
 

Trendy Bridal Hats We’re Loving

The Haberdash Hats & Rue De Seine ‘Midnight Moondance’ hat is perfect for a boho or alternative bride. Going against the rules of an all-white bridal look, black will ensure that you are front and center all day long. A wide brim fedora in black fur felt with a crescent moon cutout, it is unique yet stylish. It even comes with a ‘Something Blue’, via a faded indigo band and feather. A classic style, this hat would look stunning from fall through winter.
black bridal hat
 
From Lack of Color, the Benson Tri hat in beige is a stunning vintage-inspired style. It features a tall triangle crown trimemd with cream velvet. Made of 100 percent Australian wool, it is as comfortable as it is beautiful. This hat is ideal for a fall wedding surrounded by autumn foliage, but would work year round. While you may be tempted to wear it alongside an ivory gown, when paired with a white gown it really POPs.
Boho Bridal Hat
Photo @abbicooley / Dress @ruedseinebridal / Styling & Florist @_lunamuse
 
Don’t be afraid to rock a little color! This Dusty Pink Monroe Rancher by Gigi Pip is an absolute dream. Especially when paired with an ultra-feminine gown such as this. It features a brim and crown trimmed with tonal grosgrain ribbon and a curled up brim. This style would look gorgeous from spring through fall, for a slightly whimsical or romantic event. If pink isn’t your color, now worries. This classic design is available in five other colors.
Dusty Pink Bridal Hat
 
Another design by Gigi Pip, the Capri Short Straw Hat is a trendy choice for the casual bride. An every day sun hat, it will tone down your wedding day look to exude a comfortable and welcoming vibe. It is made of natural dyed wheat, with a stiff brim and a camel-colored suede band. It would look gorgeous with a variety of gowns, in a variety of colors. Although the accent color makes it fit in easily with a warm fall or winter wedding palette.
Straw Bridal Hat
 
A unique design, this style is reminiscent of a mountie hat. It features a tall crown with multiple pinches and a wide brim. It is wrapped with a thick strand of white rope that is frayed on the ends, for a rustic look. Made in a true white color, it pairs beautifully with any traditional wedding dress, but particularly boho styles. The Wise Hatter provides hats in a variety of shapes, heights, materials and more, making them a good option for a truly one-of-a-kind bridal hat.
Tall Bridal Hat
 
In a traditional sailor style, Evelyn by The Loved One is elegant and lends an old fashioned vibe. It is a natural straw color and is paired with ivory ribbon accents. This hat has a slightly casual look that would look beautiful with a simple but sophisticated wedding dress. It is an easy choice for the understated or traditional bride who wants a unique accessory to switch things up.
Flat Straw Bridal Hat
 
Made by Warbonnet Hatworks, this custom order lends to the brides unique Western style. Despite her getup however, this hat could be worn with a variety of gowns. It features a tall crown and a wide brim that is curled up around the edges. In white, it would work well from late spring through fall. Like this bride, consider decorating your bridal hat with fresh flowers that align with your wedding color scheme.
Trendy Bridal Hat
 
The Rocky by Olive and Pique is a timeless choice. It is a white wool felt boater hat, making it a popular choice for the summertime. This stiff hardshell piece has a rich satin lining that feels buttery and won’t disturb your wedding day hairdo. You can rock this hat with almost any gown, but it would look beautiful with a sophisticated dress design. When paired with a more traditional style, it will kick your look up a notch.
Summer Bridal Hat
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