It has become unpleasantly clear that summer is officially over. To help you brave the cold weather, we set our sights on a cozy staple: the beanie. Whether you're a hat lover, freezing cold, or simply want to cover a bad hair day, we've rounded up 10 reasons why you should make this style your go-to this fall and winter. We've trawled our favorite affordable and high-end retailers to bring you our current highlight FW22 beanies available to shop now.

A good beanie can be the difference between cold and cozy this season, but that doesn't mean the snug item needs to compromise on style. If you're looking to brighten up an otherwise dark look, this playful option from Charles Jeffrey Loverboy certainly provides. Looking to keep things understated for a fall palette? This Craig Green masterpiece does the job. Whatever you're craving, we've got you covered.

Shop our best beanies for men round-up below.

Marni Frayed Beanie

Frayed Beanie

Frayed Beanie

$167

Marni

Buy at Matchesfashion

Marni's frayed edges and embroidered logo give this off-white beanie big homemade energy. Everybody knows that the best knitwear looks like your grandma made it, after all.

Seams Hellish Beanie

Hellish Beanie

Hellish Beanie

$30

Seams

Buy at Seams

If you've heard of Seams, then you probably know them as a jewelry brand out of Sweden. The label has recently branched into apparel, too, and if the Hellish beanie is anything to go by, Seams is going to be a name to watch.

Acne Studios Face Beanie

Face Beanie

Face Beanie

$180

Acne Studios

Buy at Matchesfashion

The simple face logo has become a central pillar in the Acne Studios aesthetic. This beanie features a checkerboard of the playful logo as well as a leather patch logo to the fold.

The Elder Statesman Bucket Beanie

Bucket Beanie

Bucket Beanie

$157

The Elder Statesman

Buy at Matchesfashion

Somewhere between an unstructured bucket hat and a beanie, you'll find this beautiful cashmere piece. The Elder Statesman offer some of the boldest knitwear on the market, but don't take the bright colors and playful patterns as a lack of seriousness — this is some of the best wool you'll find this season.

Thom Browne Four-Bar Beanie

Four-Bar Beanie

Four-Bar Beanie

$590

Thom Browne

Buy at Matchesfashion

Thom Browne's signature Four-Bar motif details the rolled-up brim of this beanie. A structured crown offers a nice contrast to the chunky, ribbed roll-up finish.

JW Anderson Swan Beanie

Swan Beanie

Swan Beanie

$57

JW Anderson

Buy at Matchesfashion

If you've ever been this close to a swan, you'll know that being this close to a swan is always a bad idea. That said, the face-to-face swan detail on this JW Anderson beanie is deceptively charming.

Andersson Bell Jacquard Beanie

Jacquard Beanie

Jacquard Beanie

$54

Andersson Bell

Buy at ssense

Remember the '00s skater phase you went through? You probably had a beanie just like this one.

Craig Green Fluffy Beanie

Fluffy Beanie

Fluffy Beanie

$148

Craig Green

Buy at ssense

We really cannot overstate how furry this beanie actually is. Craig Green's usual futuristic, machine-like precision is thrown out of the window for this cute, furry piece.

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy Kimera Beanie

Kimera Beanie

Kimera Beanie

$138

Charles Jeffrey Loverboy

Buy at ssense

Not all beanies are made equal. Charles Jeffrey Loverboy seems to have a lot of fun designing beanies every fall/winter season. Big proportions and features like dangling ears bring the energy this season.

Dime Illusions Beanie

Illusions Beanie

Illusions Beanie

$35

Dime

Buy at ssense

From the very bold to the restrained. This Dime beanie is about getting the job done and looking good while you're doing it. Warm, versatile, and fuss-free. Just how we like it.

KENZO College Patch Beanie

College Patch Beanie

College Patch Beanie

$113

KENZO

Buy at Mr Porter

A chenille varsity logo steals the show here. The ribbed green backdrop acts as a humble frame for the embellishment.

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