Angie's post was exactly what I've been thinking about over the past few days.  So her topic is very timely for me because I wanted to post something about an accessory, a beanie, and how to choose a color with hair color, and whether a low contrast or high contrast is better.

One of my favorite beanie’s is an oatmeal/cream, color, in neutral and low contrast for my lighter hair. However, I did see a cashmere navy blue beanie, which looks so pretty, but it was on a dark-haired person. I began to wonder how a navy beanie would look on me and that's why I'm here.  Do you select a hat that is low contrast or high contrast when it comes to wearing a casual hat to keep your ears warm and when you still want to look good?

I was considering the Total Eclipse here:

The other colors that may work are: Birch, Heather Bone (too similar to one I have), Heather Constant Camel or Heather Gold Camel (not sure what the difference is between these two camel colors).  I have sensitive ears and like to keep them covered for early-morning walks.  My guess is that the darker color won't look good on me.  Thank you for your thoughts.  

Added three more that I completely forgot I had.


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