Today's post and video showcases a few ways that I like to wear berets. The hat of the moment is a personal favorite of mine because it goes with just about everything, keeps me warm and doesn't cause terrible hat head. I have four in my collection (a beige, black, maroon and green one) but if you're looking to add just one to your personal wardrobe I recommend either black or beige. Below, I've shared 5 classic looks that you can easily recreate with simple separates that you probably already have.
First up I've paired an all-black look with ballet flats and a camel coat. To tie the look together and break up the black I also wore my camel beret.
I kept the rest of my accessories simple and opted for my everyday jewelry, watch and go-to round frame sunglasses.
If you're trying out berets (or hats in general) for the first time, I recommend keeping things monochromatic and when in doubt, match your hat to your outerwear. Doing so will help your outfit feel cohesive and will take a lot of the guess work out of outfit planning.
For this look, I paired a really old romantic blouse by Erin Fetherston with my new Everlane Jeans and ballet flats to dress the look down.
I kept my jewelry simple and hopped on the hoop earring trend with a pair that I've had for years.
This look is one that I love for jazzing up super simple basics.
Even though the base of this outfit is simple separates of a sweater, flats and jeans, the beret, gold jewelry and silk scarf take things up a notch and add visual interest.
To keep things from feeling too busy, I kept my accessories in the same color family as my sweater. I also tied in the brown from my scarf with the brown in my flats for an extra layer of thoughtfulness.
Next up is a fun option that's great for transitional weather. One of the best things about a beret is how lightweight it is and this look perfectly showcases that. I've paired a really old floral skirt from Ralph Lauren and slim-fit t-shirt with a J.Crew belt to accentuate my waist. I completed the look with ballet flats and simple sunglasses. The best part about this look is that you can easily
This last look is a little cliche with the striped shirt, jeans and ballet flats but I can't help loving it!
I love how simplistic and easy it is to wear but to add some visual interest to the beret I added a vintage brooch.
A classic blazer and simple accessories complete the look.