How to Wear a Beanie With Short HairIf you've never embraced long locks, the man bun is lost on you, and you really have no need for conditioner then there are certain beanie styles that'll work better for you than others. If you're looking to wear a beanie with short hair, then the best option for you is something that's close fitting and in a fairly thin material. As you don't have a lot of hair to counterbalance a chunky or slouchy beanie, it can really overpower your face, dwarfing your head. A classic workman or hipster look beanie will work well with short hair, as it's tight fitting and generally can't work with a lot of hair competing with it.
How to Wear a Beanie With Curly HairCurly hair generally tends to be quite thick, so shoving a tight hat down on it will result in a bulky look. It's best not to try and tame your locks, and instead, try to work around them. Pick a loose knit slouchy beanie that's spacious enough to home your curls and, if you've got a short style haircut then allow some of the curls to show through.
How to Wear a Beanie With Long HairWith the continued popularity of man buns, long hair has become relatively normal among modern men. Despite the fact that you're probably, and rightfully, proud of your lustrous locks, it's still likely you'll need a beanie day every now and then. Whether your hair is shoulder length or or all the way down your back, a slim-fitted beanie will work well in contrast with the voluminous hair. One big tip to remember would be to not to look too emo and have all your hair hanging down in front of your face, get the balance right and you'll be repping beanies in no time.
Beanie Outfit Ideas
SmartBy no means should you attend a wedding or enter your board meeting with a beanie hat perched on top of your head. However, that doesn't mean you can't look smart wearing a beanie hat. Especially come winter, a beanie hat and coat will be your new best friends - pair these with a crisp white shirt and some chinos for a sleek look. Knitwear is possibly the most fitting beanie companion out there. When going for a smart casual look, mix a jumper with a pair of black jeans and simple trainers. Investing in some chunky jumpers or cardigans is a good place to start, after all, the cold weather is always just around the corner in Britain.
Now, this is exactly how a beanie is supposed to be worn, so it's pretty easy to throw together some simple streetwear outfits that feature it prominently. At the moment, bomber jackets are a popular style for men and are the perfect fit for a streetwear, beanie topped look. You can layer your bomber with a printed tee and crew neck jumper to make this a good winter outfit. Add a scarf and some gloves if the weather starts to get a bit frosty and you'll be ready for the Christmas season in no time.
Men's Slouchy Beanie
David Beckham is probably the most famous person we can think of who effortlessly pulls off the slouch beanie. Wear it as far back as possible, letting the extra fabric slouch and cover your ears slightly. This is a great laid back look that will keep you warm but won't overpower the rest of your outfit. Get one without a roll as this will ensure you can properly smooth the material back without the cuff clinging too tightly to your head. These stylish beanies come in a range of colours so it's a good idea to pick a few in neutral options that you can mix and match with your outfit. You can also experiment with how much of your hair you show, taking a leaf out of David Beckham's book and covering your whole head, or letting a little bit of your fringe and the front of your hair peak out from the hat.
How to Wear a Slouchy BeanieIf you're planning on going for this relaxed style then it makes sense to pair it with a relaxed outfit. We're not talking lounge pants and a tank top, but something that's comfortable and easy to throw on in the morning. Try a pair of black joggers matched with a slim-fit T-shirt and trainers, and finish off with a versatile denim jacket. An easy look that's stylish as well as comfortable.
Men's Hipster Beanie
The classic workman’s look has become widely associated with ‘hipster’ style - it may give off a unique look to your outfit, but it's not particularly great at keeping your head warm. A simple way to achieve this look is to double roll a standard beanie, or single roll an already cuffed beanie. The double roll shortens the beanie, making it more fitted to your head and giving you the option to wear it higher up on your head without it slipping off. It's best to let the hat do the talking in this case, by keeping the rest of your outfit fairly simple. Because the beanie is quite understated in premise, mixing it with bold and complex designs will make you look a little over the top, whereas basic, clean pieces will complete your outfit with an effortless nonchalance.