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The Knitted Beanie: Functionality Meets Style

Hats are hot for this fall season and one of my absolute favorites is the knitted beanie. Beanies aren’t just for winter snow play anymore; they're a sporty-cool addition to any fall outfit. These chic, cold-weather accessories can be dressed up or down and can be found in many different colors and patterns. I love mixing my flannel shirts with different neutral patterned beanies, skinny jeans, tall socks, and boots. It gives that effortless and comfortable style we all crave during the colder season. 

For a more dressed up option, pair a leather mini skirt with a basic tee, dressy winter coat, a pair of pointed pumps, and a bright neon beanie. I love the juxtaposition of the knit beanie with the dressy coat. A great tip for making beanies work with any outfit is by mixing different textures of fabric like leather, knit, wool etc. to create a unique and creative look.  There are so many different types of beanies out there. Slouchy, fitted, and even some with a pom-pom adorning the top. My suggestion would be to try on as many beanies as you can until you find one that suits you best. My favorite type of beanie is a mix between the fitted and slouchy (shown above). I turn up the bottom part of the beanie to add to the look and to secure it better. 

Find more fashion inspiration from Alyssa at Sincerely, Truly Scrumptious!

Alyssa Edwards

Alyssa Edwards, self-proclaimed fashionista, has always had a passion for fashion. She started her style blog Sincerely, Truly Scrumptious to document her outfits, style tips, DIY projects, beauty and hairstyles. Her two main goals are to empower young women to feel comfortable in their skin, no matter what shape or size and to have amazing style on a college student’s budget. Graduating from Arizona State University this Fall, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Communications and a Special Event Management certificate, she plans to continue pursuing her love of fashion and style in the “real world”. Alyssa cannot wait to see where her passion takes her and is blessed for all the opportunities that have already come her way.

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