“Beanies don’t suit me. I’d rather have cold ears than wearing one.” How many times did you hear (or maybe even say) this sentence? The belief that headpieces don’t suit one is very widespread. Taking the risk of freezing the ears off just because of this unreasonable thinking? No way! All the worries here are misplaced because all headpieces are not created equal. There are caps, beanies, wool hats, and many other variations that are supposed to keep the head warm and just because some might look (in your opinion) stupid on you, doesn’t implicate that there isn’t the perfectly suiting piece out there, waiting for you. There are actually some ‘rules’ that explain which kinds of hats match with which form of the face. No more red ears!
Loose beanies that are not tight on the head optically lengthen the head in and naturally conceal broad cheekbones.
Women with broad foreheads and pointed chins need to add volume to the lower part of the face. Therefor trapper hats or other pieces with long earflaps work best!
To balance out a square chin, berets are perfect. They cover the forehead and let the chin appear slender.
People with oval faces can call themselves the lucky winners because ANY kind of hat suits them.