Forget the tiaras! Since leaving the royal fold for more autonomy in North America, the Duchess of Sussex has brought back one of her favorite and most iconic fashion pieces: the knit beanie. From airport pickups to woodsy walks with baby Archie, this jet-setting mama is a proud wearer of this wintertime classic. And what better place to showoff a collection of cozy hats than the Canadian coast.

Let’s take a look at Meghan Markle’s Most Beloved Beanie Styles:

Artitzia Mendieta Slouchy Hat

For yoga class in May 2018 the duchess donned a J.Crew Excursion vest, Adidas tights and Nike Cortez sneakers. In addition, she wore an Aritzia ‘Mendieta’ slouchy hat from the Canadian label’s ‘The Group By Babaton’ range. The winter topper is made of a soft wool blend knit in medium heather grey with a spandex tipped cuff to retain its shape. Shop a similar lightweight yarn slouch beanie HERE

 

Hat Attack Black Cashmere Slouchy Cuff Hat

For some of the most important events in her life including a first outing with Prince Harry in London as well as a return trip to Toronto in December 2016 following a romantic getaway with the duke, Meghan has worn her trusty Hat Attack black beanie. The winter staple is designed in soft-woven cashmere with a relaxed, slouchy fit. Shop the style HERE and HERE

 

Madewell Kent Beanie in Heather Fern

For a daytime walk with her little prince Archie in British Columbia, Meghan donned a casual look with a navy zip-up jacket, Kamik hiking boots as well as Lululemon leggings. To brave the elements, the mom of one opted for a soft ‘Kent’ beanie with a rounded crown and rib knit construction from Madewell. Shop the look HERE and HERE

Meghan isn’t the only one in the Sussex fam who is a fan of the soft knit headwear–Prince Harry was seen landing in Vancouver to begin his new life in Canada in a blue beanie cap. And we already know Archie loves the style as evidenced by a photo of dad and son on Instagram.


 

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