18 Headbands for Spring That Will Turn Heads
We love a good hair accessory for when we're feeling Zoom fancy or recovering from an at-home-haircut gone wrong. Since headbands are versatile enough to go with your favorite pair of sneakers or your go-to satin midi, they're the perfect accessory for every kind of outfit, day or night. Here are 18 head-turning styles that are perfect for spring.
ASOS DESIGN Leaf Crown Headband ($12). For those of us who would prefer to wear an actual crown, this is a nice compromise.
Burberry Girl's Vintage Check Headband ($150). This vintage pick is great for the gal who can't stop rewatching Downton Abbey. We understand.
Forever21 Structured Chain Headband ($6). Don't underestimate the power that a metallic headband has to add a little bit of edge to your outfit.
Urban Outfitters Jeanine Stone Headband ($14). If you like a more minimalist approach to accessories, this jeweled headband is the one for you. Elegant yet understated, it'll bring some pizzazz to your look.
Headbands of Hope Vintage Floral Headband ($20). Add a dose of retro to every outfit with this pick. And with every headband purchased, Headbands of Hope gives one to a child who has suffered an illness.
Urban Outfitters Valet Studio Zoe Headband ($65). This satiny baby is a soft way to make your outfit a smidge more trendy.
TASHA Ruched Headband ($20). We've never met a shade of pink we didn't like, and this ruched accessory is no exception.
LELE SADOUGHI Mixed-Print Knotted Yarn Headband ($75). With muted tones and cozy texture, this headband makes us want to grab our favorite cardigan and cuddle up with a cup of tea.
Madewell Padded Headband ($18). Choosing a multi-colored headband means you can pair it with more outfits than ever before. Capsule wardrobe-approved!
Band of Sisters' Headbands ($60). This Instagram-only brand is great for any girlboss on the go and they're more comfortable than basically everything else.
Lele Sadoughi Knotted Velvet Headband with Crystals ($195). You can skip jewelry altogether with this crystal-adorned accessory.
J. Crew Rainbow Stripe Scrunchie Headband ($30). Fun and flirty, this colorful option is casual enough for most days.
LOFT Floral Top Knot Headband Floral Top Knot Headband ($20). For those days you'd rather wear leggings, pick a more relaxed headband with a pretty floral pattern.
Gaios Contemporary Rose Embroidered Loretha Headband ($186). Dress up your favorite tee or pair with a cocktail dress and you can't go wrong.
Free People Mia Soft Headband ($128). Bring out your inner Bohemian with this headband that will look good all year long.
Curried Myrrh Cassia Embellished Headband ($158). You don't have to choose between pearls or sequins with this headband that does it all.
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