Why beanies look bad on you

Do you think beanies look bad on you?

Beanies can be very practical to pair with most looks; it doesn’t matter the look you are going for; they seem to find a way to work with everything except wedding gowns. 😊

A lot of factors can make one assume that beanies do not look good on them, and we cannot argue this as fashion is subjective and life is about perception.

However, before you come to a conclusion about beanies and the way they make you look, allow us to try to change your mind in a few ways.

In this post, you will find why beanies might look bad on you, and how to fix it.

Why Do Beanies Look Bad on Me?

As we mentioned, how a beanie looks on an individual depends on their perception and other factors and a person’s view on fashion is their cup of tea.

If you believe that beanies look bad on you, you might be wearing them wrong, you might also be choosing the wrong beanies for your face shape, style, or even hairstyle.

This means that you will need to go for beanies that complement your features and style to feel good wearing them, so consider the following when next you are choosing a beanie:

1. Face shape and features

Note that different face shapes can affect how certain beanies fit; if you have a long face a slouchy beanie might not be the best and the same thing applies to diamond face types with beanie hats.

Therefore, if you feel that your beanie is not complimenting your facial features, changing the style might change your mind.

2. Beanie fit

The fit of a beanie can make a huge difference and since they come in various sizes and finding one that fits your head comfortably might change your thoughts towards them.

3. Your hairstyle

Your current hairstyle can also influence how a beanie looks on you regardless of the style of the beanie.

If you have mostly short or long hair, it may affect how the beanie fits and looks.

Read: How To Wear A Beanie With Short Hair

4. Personal style and confidence

Back to the whole fashion is subjective talk, personal style plays a big role in how you feel about your appearance.

In a beanie, the same feeling applies; if beanies are not something that appeals to your aesthetic, you might not feel comfortable wearing them.

Additionally, confidence also plays a role in how any clothing item looks on a person, if you feel uncomfortable in a beanie, it can influence what you think about them.


And that is all there is to know about why beanies might look bad on you and what to do about it.

In summary, experimentation is the key; sometimes, it takes a little bit of testing here and there to find the right beanie and style that you will feel confident and comfortable in.

So, go ahead and try different colors, materials, and styles to see what works best for you, and with time, you might find a beanie that complements your look.

And remember what you think of fashion is your cup of tea, and what looks good or bad is a matter of personal preference.

And if you want to include beanies into your style, don't be discouraged if it doesn't seem perfect at first, these things take a little time.