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10 Cozy Unisex Baby Hats

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You just never know how much use a baby hat will receive. Will your kiddo willfully rip the hat off his head with a giggle? Or is she oblivious to the furry cuteness on her head and lets you snap all of the pictures you want before the moment’s over? I’m always a bit nervous about spending money on baby hats, considering there’s no guarantee the hat will be worn for much longer than a moment. But purchasing a unisex baby hat seems like a pretty smart idea to me! If this baby hates hats (which looks to be the case), maybe my next one won’t! And it won’t matter if the next one’s a boy or a girl. Check out these ten cozy unisex baby hats perfect for your baby’s wardrobe this fall and winter!

  • Chevron Pom Pom Hat 1 of 10
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    This chevron knit hat is great with any casual outfit you or your kiddo can dream up! It's especially wasy to coordinate because of its neutral colors. 

    Available from Gap for $16.95

  • Bear Hat and Mittens 2 of 10
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    Add some whimsy to your boy or girl's outfit with this novelty bear hat that buttons below the chin to keep your mischievous kiddo from easily pulling it off.

    Available from Boden USA for $34

  • Cable Knit Pom Pom Hat 3 of 10
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     This hat and mittens set has great classic appeal and is sure to be reused for generations to come!

    Available from Old Navy for $13.55

  • Fox Beanie 4 of 10
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    Fox motifs are loved by both kiddos and adults these days, so why not indulge everybody's whimsy with this adorable autumnal-colored fox hat?

    Available from Gymboree for 12.99

  • Shearling Hat 5 of 10
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     Got a boho babe or a future lumberjack kiddo? This shearling hat is perfect for either!

    Available from Baby Gap for $19.95

  • Polar Bear Hat 6 of 10
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    What's cuter than an actual polar bear? A baby wearing this adorable polar bear hat! The baby's safer and more cuddly than the real thing, too.

    Available from Macy's for $15.98

  • Recycled Gnome Hat 7 of 10
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    This gnome style hat is made of recycled materials, is fully lined, and is pointed at the crown for a precious vintage style.

    Available from Resurrected Threads on Etsy for $25

  • Striped Monkey Hat 8 of 10
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    Your mobile baby is turning into quite the little monkey, so why not put this cute striped monkey hat on his or her head to complete the persona?

    Available from Gap for $16.95

  • Navy Bear Hat and Mittens 9 of 10
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     This hat and mittens set looks so comfy and cuddly! The neutral navy color would be great for coordinating with most outfits this fall and winter.

    Available from JCPenney for $14

  • Bear Pom Pom Hat 10 of 10
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    I think we can all agree that pom poms equal fun, and on top of the head of your little boy or girl? Even more fun! 

    Available from Gap for $19.95

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10 Cozy Unisex Baby Hats

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You just never know how much use a baby hat will receive. Will your kiddo willfully rip the hat off his head with a giggle? Or is she oblivious to the furry cuteness on her head and lets you snap all of the pictures you want before the moment’s over? I’m always a bit nervous about spending money on baby hats, considering there’s no guarantee the hat will be worn for much longer than a moment. But purchasing a unisex baby hat seems like a pretty smart idea to me! If this baby hates hats (which looks to be the case), maybe my next one won’t! And it won’t matter if the next one’s a boy or a girl. Check out these ten cozy unisex baby hats perfect for your baby’s wardrobe this Fall and Winter!

Check out more of Mandi’s writing at Making Nice in the Midwest.

Follow Mandi on Twitter and Pinterest too!

 

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