When the weather gets chilly, your best friend for keeping your head and ears warm is the knitted beanie. In today’s post, we are going to see beautiful ideas and tips on how to make knitted hats look awesome this year.
Most of the knitted hats come in the form of beanies, but there are great styles completed in bright prints and colors. I have lots of friends who can customize their stylish hats in the way they want. Anyway, if you are not into DIY, then I’ve got some tips and tricks on how to wear this beanie in your everyday life. Read on to see my favorite tips and tricks.
Personally, I love to wear my beanie with side fringes out. This look makes a slimming down effect to my rounded face. This does look gorgeous and chic. You don’t have to worry about your side fringes being perfect as your beanie will keep them in place.
If you want your rounded face to appear smaller, then the best way is to wear your knitted beanie with blunt bangs and side fringes. Let your hair peeking out so you look fun and youthful. I know many girls who wear their beanie with hair down.
We see a knitted beanie styled with a fleece jacket worn over plaid print long shirt teamed with black leggings and gray trainers. Check out my favorite leggings for women that will make you look cool and feel comfort. See by yourself and choose your favorites.
If you do have long hair, then it can sometimes be hard for wearing long hair down. I recommend to make a side braid, so the hair keeps off your face while wearing a knitted beanie. Make sure you wear it over your ears, so you can keep ears and head warm. If you want to liven up your neutral or dark colored outfit, then I highly recommend wearing a bright knitted hat. This accessory will be a great addition to your look.
Here we see a pink beanie styled with a black leather jacket worn over gray hoodie styled wih khaki green slim pants completed with black wedge sneakers. Check out women must-haves for cold weather season, you will see many cool ideas how to wear cozy clothes during chilly nights and days.