24th Mar 2017
Louis Vuitton showcased them on the catwalk and?Irish contemporary luxury brand Stable is currently stocking them – hairbands are the new IT item for right now. For less than the price of lunch you can refresh an outfit so it instantly says SS17 – that is the power of the hairband this season.?Here’s how designers styled them on the runways and where you can find yours?on the high street.
From left to right: Maison Margiela, Mary Katrantzou, Louis Vuitton
From left to right: Ryan Lo, Gucci, Undercover
This pretty floral hair?piece?from Accessorize requires a lot of irony to pull off, but I like it.
Blue orchid hairband, €12.90 at Accessorize
An easy way to incorporate this season’s key colour into your look, this pink hairband from H&M has a nice knotted detail at the front which adds texture and interest.
Knotted hairband, €4.99 at H&M?
It may be spring, but given the way the weather has been this week, I can’t think of anything I’d like to wear more than this gorgeous furry headband from & Other Stories.
Moscow headband, €25 at & Other Stories
For a more individual look, use these pretty steel hairpins from Cos to create a subtle hairband effect.
Hairpins, €5 at Cos
A?beautiful silk scarf will double up as a hairband and a turban. Take inspiration from Undercover and knot at the front for a retro 1950s housewife feel.
Watermelon Spot print silk scarf, €210 at Susannagh Grogan
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