keri russell's hat (last seen at sundance, 2007), is lovely. in fact, it is so lovely that there is an entire crafts thread about replicating it. but if you aren't inclined to pick up your knitting needles and give it a try, there seems to be plenty of options out there. the key is finding something that is just slouchy enough to hang insouciantly without looking deflated.
according to the november issue of Lucky, keri likes to shop at erica tanov, which tends to stock a lot of knits. i wouldn't be surprised if she bought hers there.
Rachel Comey slouch hat, baby alpaca, $120
Anna Kula floppy beret, merino wool and mohair, $160 (too floppy, but nice fabric)
Free People montreal slouch beret, fiber content unknown, $28
Urban Outfitters wide ribbed beret, wool and acrylic, $24
Misa Harada paul balloon beret, wool/poly/nylon, $145
i tried to find a similar hat last year and failed. instead, i bought this steven alan cashmere button hat on sale. it's not quite the same thing, but it keeps my head warm and doesn't muss my hair too much.
me, a new patagonia top, and three funny little gourds. arena farm, concord, mass.
a few parting, gratuitous images::::
Stewart+Brown cashmere peasant cap (fair trade sustainable fibers), $160.
Orla Kiely double face tweed coat with faux fur collar, $695 (part babushka, part mod)