This waffle knit black women’s beanie is a fun item. To create a different feel and make the beanie suit the Haruco-vert look and feel we made four seams on the outside to create the raw edge look. Also the bottom part of this beanie has a coverstitch finishing. Because of the raw edge finishing the beanie has a totally different look and feel then a regular beanie cap for women. The four top seams create a cross on the crown of the beanie hat. The shape of the beanie, depending on how you wear it, can refer to a cardinal hat, which is a quirky aspect.
How to style this black women’s beanie
Wear it fishermen style on the top of your head and turn the edges twice to create a turn up that ends just right above the ears. This style also refers to the cardinal hat because of the raw edge seams on the crown of the beanie.
For a classic style wear the beanie more on the back of your head with the crown pointing a bit out. Turn the edges only once and wear the beanie halfway covering your ears. This is more of a classic way of wearing the beanie hat.
For a more r&b style of wearing our beanie, don’t turn the edges. Wear the beanie cap on the border of your hairline, or more over your forehead, and covering your ears. Tuck in the lower bottom part of the beanie inwards. Wear the crown of the beanie cap flat and low on the back of your head. For a fun twist you can choose to wear raw edge back seam of the beanie in the front or front side of your head.
If you found your style how to wear your beanie, combine it with our black sweater with v-neck. Wear it over our houndstooth trouser for a fun outdoor look. Finish this look with your favorite boot!
Many ways to play around with this fun accessory!
Features of waffle knit
Waffle fabric, also known as honeycomb fabric, is made by either weaving or knitting. It has raised threads that form small square grids which produces a three-dimensional effect. It looks like the pattern of an ultra-miniature breakfast waffle, which is how it gets its name. This style of weave or knit makes fabric more breathable than most, and more absorbent. Therefore waffle knitted fabrics also have thermal qualities.