You can wear lots of different hat styles with snoods. Good point! And now fans can deck themselves out in club colours, as this offering from Liverpool shows. Plus, £2 from every purchase goes to the Youth Adventure Trust. Casey has a great detailed post on how to wear a crocheted snood, and Brittany at Vavoom Vintage has a post on how to put on a snood, and 4 ways to do your hair (and a hat) with a snood. In Northern Ireland, it is compulsory on public transport and certain indoor settings, such as shops and shopping centres. One reviewer who bought the snoods to use as a face covering on public transport during the coronavirus pandemic said they are "lovely" and praised the bright colours. It's knitted with Polyester Primaloft® yarn an can be used as a cap, headband, hairband or face mask. What a super collection of fashionable women you have here. Country Living participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links to retailer sites. It could be said that I’m not always at the vanguard when new concepts appear in the fitness clothing world. With its animal-print design and chunkier jersey fabric makes this a great snood for autumn. Engel Sports' snood is made from merino wool and silk for something extra smooth against your skin. Snoods with Hats I love to wear hats but I don't always have time to mess with the back of my hair and on some days, it won't take a curl so I pull it up in a snood and style the front however I like and put a hat on it. You can do a double layer snood by twisting your snood into the figure of the number eight and then wear it on your neck. The elastic straps on face masks can feel uncomfortable behind your ears, while bandana ties could feel too tight around your head. This pink snood from Buff's Coolnet collection provides the same UV protection as the blue snood, while offering a brighter colour to make you stand out (and hopefully keep people two metres away). Super duper hair tips! Here, I picked three. I'm loving Snoodtember to no end! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Beautiful across the board. DO NOT confuse it with what is found on a turkey’s head (thanks, Wikipedia). With its seamless construction and quick-drying fabric, this snood from Oakley is a top pick for a face covering, whether you're an active type or not. It also feels super-soft, whether you're wearing it to cover your face while you're in an enclosed space or to keep your neck warm when you're outside. The stretchy jersey fabric construction means you can wear it 13 ways, so when the snood isn't a face covering, you can tie it round your wrist, wear it as a bandana, head band or a balaclava. Snoods with Hats I love to wear hats but I don't always have time to mess with the back of my hair and on some days, it won't take a curl so I pull it up in a snood and style the front however I like and put a hat on it. Off to check out the blogs which are new to me. Snoods are so cool- I've never worn one, and I think I'll have to wait until my hair grows a bit before I can do that :) But, I am really excited to see what you have to share with us this month!The Artyologist.