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15 Beanie Alternatives That Will Keep Your Head Warm

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Winter is a party-pooper. Don’t know about you, but we’ve already lost track of how many times the temps have made us cancel our plans. But, when we finally schedule some quality time with our main crew on the chilliest of nights, suddenly brave enough to venture into the tundra, we have to make sure to deck ourselves out in the right winter accessories. As tempting as it is to head out the door in that go-to beanie, there are plenty of other toppers that look just as dope. To prove it, we’ve put together 15 of the best earmuffs, berets, cossacks, and more to keep you cooking, good-looking. 

Furry trapper hats are even chicer in blue.

Berets and pom-poms were meant to be.

When you’re trying not to get hat head, ’cause you just got your hair done.

Dope. Just dope.

This colorful cossack looks good with pretty much every type of hair.

Scared to drift too far away from your beloved beanie? Try Wool and the Gang’s close relative.

A functional statement piece — basically the best of both worlds.

Let’s face it, this Patagonia hat is a gateway to normcore.

Wear it over your ears when you’re outside, and like a traditional headband when you move back indoors.

This beret is the perfect shade of light pink.

A cossack for day and night.

Cable knit gives some added texture to this adorable headband.

Futuristic earmuffs in a legit color. What’s a beanie again?

Loving the old-school feel of this corduroy cap.

A (literal) twist on a classic winter topper.

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Author: simritadhillon

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