Fashion lovers, buckle up! After a year of being stuck inside, the latest post-lockdown fashion runways are reminding us of our love for shopping adventures, even if it's just for the little things. So, let's take a trip to Paris and explore the first of many accessory trends for Spring. Now, we know hopping on a plane isn't exactly feasible, but don't worry because we've got you covered. Just grab a Parisian beret, and you'll feel like you're strolling the charming streets of the City of Love in no time. Trust us, it's the perfect way to escape reality for a few hours and spice up your wardrobe. So, who's ready to add a touch of French flair to their outfit?
As history shows, Dutch artist Rembrandt was the first person ever to wear the latest trend. Berets are France's first iconic accessory worn by the working class, such as farmers and artists. In the past, it was easy to distinguish the social status of French citizens by the color of their beret. Those in the elite ranks of the army would often wear a light blue beret, while peasants were limited to wearing black. Regardless of the color you choose, a beret is an excellent way to add a touch of French sophistication to any outfit.
The beauty of a beret is that it's lightweight enough to bring you into Spring. As a result, this trending fashion accessory is effortless and makes a massive comeback with a bit of twist: we're talking about a netted beret. You can wear it with a tailored ensemble while keeping your jewellery to the minimum. Your primary focus should be on the accessory trends found on your head. Therefore, place the netted beret on your head, have it cover most of your forehead and make sure it is an inch behind your ears. Next, you'd want to pull it on one side while having the net cover your entire face.