|Look! Mr. with his Casquette Beret and Mrs. with her Classic Black Beret.|
|Another beret (look at how she stand,|
the french just has it in their blood.)
A beret ( // BERR-ay or // bə-RAY; French: [beˈʁɛ]) is a soft, round, flat-crowned hat, designated a "cap", usually of woven, hand-knitted wool, crocheted cotton, or wool felt, or acrylic fiber.
The Basque style beret was worn by Basque shepherds in the Pyrenees, a mountain range that straddles the border between southern France and northern Spain. The colors originally varied by region (red in Gipuzkoa, white in Álava, blue in Biscay), but eventually the Basques settled on blue berets, and the people from Navarre adopted red berets as part of their folk costume while the black beret became common headgear in France and Spain. 
|So chic, isn't she?|
|This is a Basque Beret as there is a little knot on top.|