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  • Top Tips

    • Use a headband to work colour into your outfit, be that adding a vibrant pop to neutrals, clashing brights or opting for a tonal look.
    • Treat a headband as you would any other piece of clothing and look for good-quality fabrics, especially when it comes to velvet and satin, which can appear shiny and cheap.
    • Look for luxe wide headbands, which prove universally flattering on every hair length.

     

    How To Wear Headbands

    A well-placed hair accessory can make all the difference to an outfit, elevating it from everyday to extra-special in an instant. At the top of our transformer wish list is the headband. Think chic fabric and knotted and colourful iterations that will up the ante of your at-home uniform – simply add to a Breton and jeans – and look pulled together on those laptop conference calls. Having been a sartorial classic for decades (just look to Princess Diana circa the 1980s for inspiration), the timeless aesthetic of a headband means it can be enjoyed for years to come and will see you through myriad occasions, from holiday evenings to spring weddings, birthday lunches to the festive party season.

    Edited by Petro Words by Frankie

    Top Tips

    • Twists, pleating, knots and classic bows will add texture to simple ensembles.
    • Let the headband do the talking by keeping earrings to chic clusters, simple studs and pared-back drops.
    • For an effortless evening look, dress up an undone hairstyle with a pretty bejewelled headband.
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