We've got beanie styles to look adorable.
We all have girlfriends who say they just don’t know how to look good in beanies. They say, “I’ve tried that look and I just look too weird in hats.”
But what if they just haven’t discovered a great beanie for their own style?
We’ve created a list of beanie styles to help you keep your head warm during these very cold upcoming months, yet still look like a beauty queen.
Choose Your Beanie Style
- Simple Sweet Style- Hair pulled forward over ears to create a “frame” around your face with your beanie holding the style in place. This can be done with a simple and inexpensive beanie.
- Pop Color Style- If you’re wearing an outfit without a lot of pizazz, try adding a bright colored beanie to really make the outfit pop and add another dimension to the look.
- Slouchin’ Style-This is a snug fitting beanie around the head, but has some extra baggage room on top of the head. This beanie compliments any classy or comfortable look you may be going for, whether it be a straight-cut jacket or simple layers.
- When Oversized Is Good- Style This type of beanie is usually thick-knitted and very bulky. If you’re really wanting this beanie to be the loud part of your outfit, pick a pastel color or another calm color to contrast with an outfit.
- Gnome Style- This beanie is known for it’s tall frame on the head because it stands almost straight up. This style was very popular last winter, but has also blended into this winter’s fashion culture. Choose black or white so you don’t look too much like a gnome with colors like orange or red.
- Bring Out Pom-Pom Style- This beanie is probably the most silly out of all the beanies because of it’s extra playful sense. If you’re looking for an extra feminist splash to your outfit, slip on a pom-pom beanie.
Do any of you have suggestions on how to avoid beanie-hair after you remove your hat? Many women don’t like wearing hats because of having to remove the hat later, so share your secrets about this dilemma with us @womensforum!