Thursday, 23 December 2010

Get a bobble on: the return of the woolly hat

 It wasn't so long ago that any bobble on top of a woolly hat would be treated like some kind of mutation and despatched of soundly with a pair of scissors.

But such are the vagaries of style and the birth of the alpine look so oft championed on this page that this year there are more pom-poms bobbing around on heads than you would find at a cheerleader's convention.

Some are subtle, others stick out like a clown nose. Some, like on the earflap Fragment Design cap bounce around like pieces of crud on the arses of sheep. Some hats have two, which offers the impression of an arse and a pair of nuts. Others, such as on Albam's designs, are removeable, would you believe.

But why would you want to do that? These days, woolly hats need bobbles. That's just the way it is.

Casual Connoiseur

Fragment Design x Kangol

Norse Projects (bobbless)



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