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Old 10-18-2013, 02:38 PM   #1
 
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Hello All,

I have a question about wearing beanies. How old is too old to wear beanies? I am in my 40s.

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It's not your age it's how you wear them.
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Old 10-18-2013, 02:55 PM   #3
 
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How should 40 year olds wear beanies?
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Never too old! Especially hand knit ones

As long as there's no propellers on top, I think you're good.
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One of my good friends is an 85 year old ex-nun and has a pink stripe down the middle of her spiked, silver hair. As long as you have a life, enjoy it.
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A beanie is just a hat, people of all ages can wear hats.
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LOL Hard to argue that Firefox
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With nice jewelry & a killer bag (that a 20 yr old couldn't afford)

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Well you all know what I'll say to this - you are never too old to wear anything you want to wear.
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Thank you so much ladies. I just do not want to look like I am trying too hard.

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I am thinking that a silk beanie under my motorcycle helmet (although I ride a 49cc scooter in the warm weather) may be just the thing to preserve my waves/curls. I'll be getting one from here in the spring
http://prettyanntoinets.com/category_4/Beanies-.htm
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My grandmother wore beanies at the age of 89!!! I wear them a lot now, since the weather is colder!
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I'm 53 and I still wear them.
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I'm older than her ^^ and I crochet them and wear them.
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Quote:
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How should 40 year olds wear beanies?
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