Style & Beauty

Styling a Beanie


Chillier temperatures means I get to switch from wearing my beloved fedoras to my cozy beanies. To me a beanie is the perfect accessory for winter as I’m not seen too often in scarves (I love them, just fail to wear them as often as I should!). As my collection of hats starts to build, it’s amazing how many different styles of a beanie there can be and the abundance of ways to pull them into a modish outfit. Here are some of my favorite ways I’ve been seeing across the blogosphere —

A thin, relaxed beanie looks perfectly paired with a bulky scarf as seen here from Mary of Happily Grey.

Happily Grey | Beanie
Image Courtesy of Happily Grey

The perfect black knit beanie is the ultimate accessory for winter as styled by Jacie from Damsel in Dior.

Damsel in Dior | Beanie
Image Courtesy of Damsel in Dior

Leather and beanies, a match made in heaven as seen on a previous post last winter here on Modish and MainP.S. I love to get my beanies from brands like Krochet Kids, and Threads for Thought. Giving back and looking good can never go wrong! 


Modish and Main | Beanie

Use your beanie for your pop of color in your outfit during the drab of winter as seen here by Julie of Sincerely Jules. Plus… this inspires us to keep wearing our favorite hoodies all winter long!

Sincerely Jules | Beanie
Image Courtesy of Sincerely Jules

Chic and polished can still happen even when sporting a beanie as Julia from Gal Meets Glam shows us. I l love the mix of textures in her outfit!

Gal Meets Glam | Beanie
Image Courtesy of Gal Meets Glam

A slouchy beanie never looked so perfectly imperfect. Bonus, this beanie can be purchased here at Joah Brown.

Joah Brown | Beanie
Image Courtesy of Joah Brown

Are you a fan of the “beanie?” If so, how do you like to style it? Share a photo on instagram and tag us using hashtag #modishstyle.

Keep Living a Stylized Life.

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