THE TRADITIONAL TILT
If we were asked to conjure an image of someone wearing a beret, this is pretty much exactly what we’d see: a wool topper tilted to one side. Indeed, this is how the hat was designed to be worn.
Step 1: Place the beret on your head about ¾ of the way up your forehead and an inch or two behind your ears.
Step 2: Tuck the brim under, to secure your hat in place. Then, pull the fabric above the brim out a bit to create volume.
Step 3: Pull one side of your beret down, being sure to pull from the crease that gives your hat its shape. This step will take some trial and error to find what looks best, but you can start by pulling the edge to either the right or left until it covers just the top of your ear. Moving the tilt forward over your eyebrow will give a more dramatic effect, while pulling it backward and to one side looks more casual.