The Laulhère beret for kids, usually worn by their mother, because it is sooooo cute. Made with Merino wool, as is right and proper, preformed on the side and with a very pretty pompon.
The smallest of the French monuments is also the most popular: it can be rolled up and kept in a pocket. Knitted in Oloron-Sainte-Marie, this famous fashion statement is a beret. Worn by our soldiers (and their brothers on other continents) as well as by all the past and future Michèle, Jane, Inès, Loulou, Pablo and our young ones, the beret goes back to Gallic times and has been thriving for 170 years thanks to Laulhère.*