I’ll admit it, I’m no Blair Waldorf, but I’m just magnetically drawn to random hairbands. Is it too girly or trendy? Whatever, if I like it, I’ll rock it because it’s a great accessory.
Delicate dahlias on a satin string, how reminiscent of spring!
A delicate tulle flower on a string of pearls – perfect for some high tea styling!
I love the range of embellished options, including pearls (sigh I regret not picking this up before).
I love the fresh, nymph-like look with crystals, pearls, and leaves.
I saw a few beautiful structured felt pieces from some sellers in Spitalsfields Market in London. I was bummed that I couldn’t find them when I returned but found some great options online.
This satin number is polished and slick in a good way.
This vintage, refashioned tie seems kinda perfect for a picnic or day out with the ladies.
Sequins + bows = girly and fun headband
I had Jennifer Behr on my wedding registry. Yes, she isn’t cheap, but I love her simple and chic crystal embellishments. Her crystal hair bands are pretty extraordinary. There are occasional discounts and she had a lovely sample sale for Haiti relief a few months ago so keep an eye out!
Here is a less expensive but still lovely grosgrain and crystal option.
You had me at pink Swavoroski crystals…lustworthy indeed
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Are there any other hairband/headband designers you love?