How to Style... a TALLIS Beret
For Beret Fans
If you're a fan of berets, then you're spoilt for choice with the Tallis collection which has two different variations, both handmade from 100% upcycled cashmere and each with its own unique style and potential.
One of the first hats in the Tallis hat collection was the classic Cashmere Beret which, as described on our website, is "the ultimate in French chic". It is made from sumptuous cashmere, which feels heavenly against your skin and it has a beautifully simple beret silhouette. As the beret shape does not have too much volume, this hat can be worn well on even the smallest of heads!
The cashmere beret is designed with a beautiful ribbon, intended to be neatly tied at the back of the head, which can be used to adjust the size of the beret. Even if you don't decide to wear the ribbon at the back, it's pretty enough that you can make it visible at the side, like this masterclass in style from the blogger What Would Miranda Say?
And what else?
The second style of beret in the Tallis range is the Military Beret. Despite being a much more structured beret, this style is also incredibly soft as it's also made from cashmere that keeps you warm all winter long. It's a bold hat that can turn any outfit from average into 'you're the boss' in seconds!
With a flat top that's made from one piece of cashmere, the beret shape is precise, yet it can be manipulated to change the look of the beret, to suit your look. For example, you can slouch the beret at the back of the head, for a symmetrical look, or you can fold the top of the beret to one side for a more continental look.
Either way, team this Military Beret with any look for a wow finish, but we recommend a black jacket or a crisp white shirt for the ultimate impact.
Enjoy your berets all!
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