& Other Stories

Ribbed Beanie

Houston Food Bank

Sale price$20.00 USD Regular price$49.00 USD


& Other Stories Beanie - Orange - Fuzzy Finish 


Fabric - 56% Acrylic 33% Polyamide 6% Mohair 5% Wool


Color - Orange 
Size - O/S


*Pre-loved item in Excellent Condition - no visible signs of wear  



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The History of the Beanie: During the 1940s and 1950s, the beanie became associated with the Beat Generation, a countercultural movement that emerged in the United States. Not many Orange Beanies at this time. :) Beat poets and writers such as Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and William S. Burroughs often wore beanies as a symbol of their rejection of mainstream society and their embrace of nonconformity. In the 1960s and 1970s, the beanie became associated with hippie culture, as well as with the emerging punk rock movement. The start of the bright and powerful colors. Punk rockers often wore beanies as a way to express their rebellion and individuality.

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