The beret

The beret

History:

Long ago, the beret was worn mainly by artists and military, it's popularity began to decline with the appearance of other types of hats. He returned to fashion in the period around World War I, when the beret was officially introduced into tank troops and technical divisions.
Today the beret woman has become an integral part of the modern air of every woman of any age. It can be combined with mid-length dresses up to elegant black trousers: the beret is a true symbol of femininity.

 

How to wear the beret


For the Autumn/Winter seasons the beret can be worn with any style the advantage of this accessory is that it can be combined with almost anything and it can easily be worn every day.

 


Today the beret woman has become an integral part of the modern air of every woman of any age. It can be combined with mid-length dresses up to elegant black trousers: The beret is a true symbol of femininity.

Wide jeans and a knitted sweater, a man jacket and moccasins for an androgynous look, a little dress and fancy tights, a long elegant coat or a blouson in woolly skin... The combinations are infinite!

We also avoid the total vintage look, which can quickly make disguise, by relying on modern accessories, such as silver boots, a snood collar, a leather perfecto or a studded bag. If you like retro, create a chic look by associating the beret with a piece (and only one) with plaid or polka dots, like a skirt or a jacket. We take it easy on the other pieces, which we choose more neutral. As for the accessories, we avoid the big earrings and we take out his prettiest pair of sunglasses. In short, we do not hesitate to shake up clichés and mix styles!

It is chosen rather loose, ample, worn on the back of the head, to avoid the military effect. And you leave your hair (short or long) loose or even ruffled

 

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