When it comes to sun protection, the hat is the solution. Hats are the greatest and most practical accessories a fashionista can have in her wardrobe. If we’ve learned anything from A-list events and street-style snaps so far, one thing is clear: 2018 is the year of the hat. Wearing hats in the summer is very important because it’s the best way to protect yourself from the sun’s harmful rays.
But what about berets in summer?
We have already said it once, but we won’t seize to emphasize it: the fashion world has got no rules. Furthermore, if you dare to break a rule, you have already created a new trend. One of the most talked about trends right now is the berets. They dominated throughout fall and winter and maybe you thought that you finally got rid of them in the summer, but let me tell you that you were wrong. Besides fashion houses, bloggers and fashionistas around the globe unanimously say that “berets are so IN for the summer as well”. Yes, you heard it well. Not only the traditional black ones, but even more colorful and modern ones. Nevertheless, we consider the trend way too daring, since we think that berets are not so comfortable during the summer’s long hot days.
In summer, temperatures are high. It’s a fact and berets aren’t comfortable. But if you love berets and we love to wear in summer you should remember one important thing: Berets should never be worn pulled right down onto the head. This will only suffocate your hair and leave it looking flat as a result.
So, the beret can be worn at any time of day, in bright-colored or black felt, for a bohemian, summery look. The French girl aesthetic has been around for ages, and apparently it isn’t going anywhere this summer. Berets will keep you looking cool all summer long. Colorful beret is the perfect way to play with this trend in summer. Also you should consider Brixton Audrey Straw Beret. This is a very unique style, a beret made of straw! The beret is unlined with a cotton sweatband on the inside.
It’s French! It’s chic!
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