Winter Caps

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This winter, we have a beautiful collection of caps in the warmth of wool, fur, suede and more. The famous Kashmiri caps in all styles and types.

Karakul
A Karakul (or Qaraqul) hat is made from the fur of the Qaraqul breed of sheep and is referred to as Astrakhan, broadtail, qaraqulcha, or Persian lamb. Qaraqul means Black fur in Turkic; similar types of hats are common among Turkic peoples. The hat is peaked, and folds flat when taken off of the wearer's head. Karakul caps have been used by Kashmiris for the past several decades.

Pakol
The Pakol cap is the traditional hat of Afghanistan. The Stylish pakol has been loved worldwide and the style has been adapted in new fabrics and colors. The original Afghani Pakol is a soft, round-topped men's hat, typically of wool and found in any of a variety of earthy colors: brown, black, gray, or ivory, or dyed red using walnut. Before it is fitted, it resembles a bag with a round, flat bottom. The wearer rolls up the sides nearly to the top, forming a thick band, which then rests on the head like a beret or cap.

 Bob Cap
Bob caps are slight variations of the popular baseball caps. These are soft warm caps with a rounded crown and a stark peak projecting in front that is quite flattened unlike the curved projections in the baseball caps. The baseball cap style has been adapted into the winter caps of Kashmir as well. In the soft and warm woolen fabric we find newer versions of baseball hats which are popular by the name of bob caps.

Trapper Hats
Trapper Hats, also go by the name of Aviator Hats, these are the popular additions in the stylish fur caps which can be worn both by men as well as women. They feature a curved dome style top, have extra long ear flaps and a wide front brim. The fur trim aviator trapper hat is this season's hottest style. They make a great ski hat. Nothing beats it for style and functionality. Designed to be worn with the ear flaps down for warmth and style or neatly attach them at the top of the crown.

Cossack Caps
Cossack hats cast warmth juts by looking at them. Cossack caps are the Full Fur Caps in the inherent sheen of the fur and warmth will keep your winters warm. The hat has the general appearance of a cylinder with one open side, and is set upon the head in such a way as to have the brim touch the temples. Cossack caps are essentially of Russian style and go by the name papakha in native Russia. Among the English they are popular as Astarkhan hats.

Pom Pom Caps
The Pom Pom caps or hats are the conical hats, which have a bobble at the top hence the name pom pom cap or bobble cap. These are generally knit caps which also come in fur. Generally popular with children, the style is now also catching up with adults. Grab one pom pom or bobble cap this winter and stay stylishly warm.

Round Caps
One of the popular caps comes in the round style which sits completely on the skull just a little above the ears. Traditionally the round caps come in soft foam bands that form the double layered sides of the cap while the skull portion of round caps is in single soft layer fabric. Round caps come in various colors and styles, in warm fabric to keep you warm. The round caps come in some variations as well, like we have the Afghani style round cap, which stiffly sits in over the head.

Golf Caps
The popular sports cap adapted into the warm fabric, is a rounded men's or women's cap with a small stiff brim in front. Cloths used to make the cap include wool, tweed (most common) and leather. Less common materials may include leather, linen and linen. The inside of the cap is commonly lined for comfort and warmth.

This winter, step out in comfortable style and warmth. Choose from our lovely range of winter caps, do a little mixing 'n' matching with our stunning Cashmere Muffler Collection and your style is all set for this winter!

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