Monday, November 30, 2015

Warm Hats, Beanies, Pull on Hats, Berets, and Pom Pom Hats

Its not just stylish, its inspiring!  @ Sherels Hats you can find any look, any color and any fabric option to keep warm with every selection for women's hats, head covering, head wear, and hair accessories.

How to Keep Warm During Winter

Dress warmly. Hats and warm clothing, especially when it's layered, not only prevents exposure, it also helps retain body heat. Wear a warm hat and scarf. We lose most of our body heat through our head, hand and feet.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Hair loss, Hair covering, Head covering, for Chemotherapy and Alopecia

•     Wide Headbands and Tie Backs – these are excellent choices for women who have a problem with thinning or patchy hair, rather than total baldness.  They provide a lot of coverage over the crown and sides of the head, but let the length of hair show.  These are also useful for those who prefer wigs, because they can hide the artificial hairline, making the “wig-ness” of the piece less obvious.

•     Tichels – headscarves are popular because they are versatile and fashionable; there are so many patterns and materials, and so many ways to tie them.  Someone who loves to accessorize and to coordinate her hair covering with her outfit can have a lot of fun with tichels.  To keep them from slipping back, wear a flat but textured stretchy headband underneath.  A cotton bandana, a fitted wig cap, or even a nylon stocking can also help keep your tichel in place. Tichels are a Great Covering for total baldnes

•     Snoods and Pre-tied bandanas – when you’re in a rush and don’t want the bother of tying a tichel, snoods and pre-tied bandana are your best friends.  They stay in place, they’re loose enough to allow air flow around your head, and they are the most likely styles to be comfortable even after hours of wear. Pre-Tied Bandanas are a Great Covering for total baldness in addition to snoods which come in a summer and winter version.  The Chenille Snoods are the most comfortable.

•    Turbans – on the other hand, some women prefer a style that stays close, that feels protective.  Soft, stretchy, easy to wear turbans will never let you down. Turbans are a Great Covering for total baldness.

•    Hats and berets – there are days when a hat or beret will be the most suitable hair covering.  They have the most potential to look polished and professional or dressy.  A hat with a wide brim provides sun protection, which is important for women with sensitive skin.  And you have the choice of lightweight cottons and straw for warm weather, and warmer wools and knits for when it is cold.  Depending on the season, wearing a hat won’t make you stand out of crowd at all.

•    Sleeping caps – you’ve probably heard that you lose heat through your head faster than anywhere else on the body.  Well, scientists are no longer sure that’s true, but without hair or some kind of covering, you can get pretty chilly up top.  Sleeping caps are a cozy way to deal with that, whether you wear one that is purpose-made or you simply adapt one of your other coverings.

Sunday, December 16, 2012

Sherel's Hats for SELF Magazine Holiday Issue, how to dress for the hoilidays

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Fashion week Collaberation with Eli Tahari, Sherel's hats, Rachel Roy, Missioni, Roberto Cavalli and much much more on Pulse Magazine

 Trends | Fashion

A Lesson in Fall Fashion

Author: Long Island Pulse | Published: Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Photographed by Caitlin Mitchell
Photo Assistants: Erik Rasmussen and Brandon McNamara
Stylists: Nicole McConnach and Aryana Herz
Hair: Luis Guillermo using Paul Mitchell
Makeup: Hazuki Matsushita for Make Up For Ever
Eyewear provided by Precision Eye Care, Huntington
Hats by Sherel’s, Cedarhurst

ABOVE: Milly chartreuse silk and wool lace print funnel neck sleeved dress. Faux fur collar and burgundy classic leather gloves stylist’s own.

Sport Max leather vest dress with blue cap sleeve detail and fur collar. White leather racing gloves stylist’s own.

Red Valentino black lace button down blouse with tie detail collar available at Saks Fifth Avenue.
Schumacher Luxe Line camel high waist skirt. Hackett men’s classic black eyeglasses. Jason Wu lace front leather sandals.

Elie Tahari Estelle leather dress with suede inset detail. Vera Wang black leather pumps with ankle cuff. Dennis Higgins black spear earring and brass cuff.

Rachel Roy pine silk wool and satin blouse. Aryn K gold medallion pants. Sherel’s felt wide brim hat with feather detail. Rebekah Price blue stone cocktail ring.

Elie Tahari Alexis purple and navy two tone wool cape and Lorenza brushstroke jacquard pants. Sherel’s mink cocktail hat with patent leather bow.

Rachel Roy blue and green tweed dress with beaded detail at neck. Missoni blue and green tweed knit sweater cape available at Saks Fifth Avenue. Masunaga acetate red and coral cat eye eyeglasses. Lace stockings and sling back peep toe stylist’s own.

Max Mara camel sweater dress. Masunaga acetate white and brown square eyeglasses. United Nude Helix green elastic and kid suede ankle boots.

Vince blue fox vest and black leather leggings available at Saks Fifth Avenue. Tabitha Simmons leather sandals. Roberto Cavalli embellished sunglasses. Daniel Espinosa gold ring with multi color gems.

Schumacher olive tent dress. Carlo Pazolini burnt orange suede ankle boots and bowler handbag.

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Sex And The City 3: Hats by

 Sex And The City 3: Ladies Hats, Cocktail Hats, and Facinators by Sherel's Hats:

Almost two decades after emerging as a newspaper column - inspiring books, 94 TV episodes and subsequent films - Candace Bushnell's Sex in the City remains a hot topic.
Rumours were rife after the second film launched last year that another was on the cards and now it has emerged that SATC 3 will go ahead - with a new cast featuring some of Hollywood's hottest talents.
Taking form as a prequel the proposed project will be based on Bushnell's two novels, The Carrie Diaries and Summer And The City (published this year) which track the four individuals in their teenage years and early twenties before they become a united female front in New York.

Blake Lively
WHO: Blake Lively, 23 - made her name in Gossip Girl              BACKGROUND: Originally in a long-term relationship before going on the rampage, steady Samantha looks after a young Carrie when she first arrives in New York, showing her the ropes                               THE LOOK: Think Eighties power dressing, shoulder pads and big hair
Selena Gomez
WHO: Selena Gomez, 19 - Disney star and girlfriend of Justni Bieber              BACKGROUND: Barely featured in the prequel books although she is sure to appear more frequently in the films, author Candace said of Selena: 'She’d make a really good young Charlotte’                 THE LOOK: Good girl, fresh- faced
Emma Roberts
WHO: Emma Roberts, 20 - niece of Julia, starred in Scream 4              BACKGROUND: Politically minded Miranda meets Carrie while she is protesting outside department store Barneys. The young Miss Bradshaw is on a shopping spree... Cue differences of opinion             THE LOOK: Think lobbyist, student grunge
 Elizabeth Olsen
WHO: Elizabeth Olsen, 22 - younger sister of twins Ashley and Mary-Kate          BACKGROUND: Originally from the Midwest, a young Miss Bradshaw travels to New York as an aspiring writer - minus the Manolos, the girlfriends and tangled romances               THE LOOK: Already noticed for her individual sense of style, expect the usual combos
It is rumoured that current preferences for the roles are Blake Lively as Samantha Jones, Selena Gomez as Charlotte York, Emma Roberts as Miranda Hobbes and Elizabeth Olsen as Carrie Bradshaw.
The news will come as a blow to many who hoped the characters would be played by the original cast or that a third movie would follow on from the second which ended with Sarah Jessica Parker's Carrie and Chris Noth's Mr Big reconciling their differences after their marriage was threatened by an intervention by Carrie's former lover Aidan.
Even Sarah Jessica Parker who produced and starred in the two Michael Patrick King creations appeared averse to the idea earlier in this year.


    When reports emerged that younger replacements were being considered for the prequel she said that she didn't feel that the film should be based on the same SATC characters especially as the some of the back-stories had already been covered in the TV series and movies.
    'I don't think we can pretend to go back... It's creating two histories. It's like, 'Oh I didn't know that about Carrie Bradshaw.'' She told the Los Angeles Times.
    One fan, Clarity agreed Blogging: 'The prequel would suck. I don't want to see youngsters playing these characters that we've all grown up with. Let the ladies continue their journey filled with surprises.'
    The originals: From left to right Miranda Hobbes played by Cynthia Nixon, Carrie Bradshaw played by Sarah Jessica Parker, Samantha Jones played by Kim Cattrall, and Charlotte York played by Kristin Davis
    The originals: From left to right Miranda Hobbes played by Cynthia Nixon, Carrie Bradshaw played by Sarah Jessica Parker, Samantha Jones played by Kim Cattrall, and Charlotte York played by Kristin Davis

    In an interview with WWD, creator Bushnell, 52, explained that the prequels lay the foundation for what each character will become.
    She said: 'Every character has a back-story - what the reader sees, in a sense, is the tip of the iceberg. The characters don't exist in a vacuum - when we first meet them... in their Thirties and single in New York - they are, in a sense, in the middle of their stories. Which is what makes the Carrie Diaries series so satisfying.
    'We see different sides of the characters, which make them much more complex and interesting.'
    Ms Bushnell told how the story had moved on from her first prequel, which sees Carrie as a teenager in the Midwest. 'She has more confidence; now that she's finally away from home, she can discover and explore new parts of herself,' she revealed.
    Ms Bushnell started Sex And The City as a newspaper column, before turning it into the book that inspired the Nineties television series. Two follow-up movies have since followed, to mixed reviews.
    Now the series and film producer Michael Patrick King is hoping to turn the prequels into a movie franchise.
    The news will also come as a shock to Kristin Davis, who played the naive, perfectionist Charlotte York. She expressed her distaste at the idea telling E! this February: 'We've discussed our history in the show already so for all of our fervent fans who listen to what we say, why would we rewrite that?
    'And then have like different people with our names? It's kind of freaky.'
    by Daily UK