How to wear a beret
The way to wear a beret is the most exquisite among all military caps, and the tilt direction of the hat is not the same. When the army of France and its former colonial countries wear berets, they lean to the right, and the angle of inclination cannot be too large. The cap badge should be exactly on the seven sides of the eye socket. The cockade must be exposed, and the soft cap badge cannot be folded. However, most countries in the world wear the beret by tilting to the left. When wearing, hold the cap with both hands, hold the cap body flat, then lift the top of the head and gently cut it on the head, use the left hand to align the seam of the cap with the back of the head, and then press it firmly. Then, gently press the top of the hat with your right hand, and then swipe it to the right, so that the rim of the hat naturally hangs to one side. If it is French style, the above process can be reversed.
When choosing a felt beret, make sure it does not irritate the skin.
White berets are the most difficult to clean. A household steam iron and a hard hat brush help remove dust and dirt. When cleaning, you can use a short-bristled brush to clean it. The wet cap should be dried with a clean, absorbent cloth or sponge, and then allowed to dry naturally.