Beards and Lids: 6 Hat Styles that Accentuate Facial Hair

Tom and Jerry, Burger and Fries, Batman and Robin, beard and hat - some things in life just go together. The following is a list of 6 unique headwear styles that will complement your beard.

 

Baseball Caps

The all-time classic. Baseball hats and beards became a “thing” alongside the mid-90s rap explosion as more and more rappers began sporting and popularizing brands like New Era and Mitchell & Ness. These type of hats generally act as a sporty, informal accessory to your look and perfectly show off any beard especially towards the cheeks and jawline.

Shemagh wa Omani Masar:

The other all-time classic. The Shemagh/Keffiyeh/Masar is traditional Arabian male headwear that proudly defines a region and a culture. The vibrant colors and various styles support a host of different looks with ease and efficiency. Goatees, Garibaldis, lighter beards as well as fuller ones are all highlighted and enhanced when accompanied by a Shemagh.

Beanies

Beanies are a versatile headwear usually worn in the cold. Something else usually worn in the cold...beards!

Flat Cap

Flat caps add a European, formal flair to one’s style. They work well with sweaters, v-necks, and vests and they do a good job of highlighting sideburns and then beards.

Buckets

One of the most informal hats on this list, buckets have become popular festival wear. Buckets look best with longer, grown-out beards and their natural lack of formality means they are a hipster’s favorite.

Stetson

Not necessarily the most practical of headwear but badass nonetheless. Stetsons are the prototypical cowboy hats and cover so much of one’s face, you have to look at the hat-wearer’s mouth and jaw.   

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