Leave it to Nicole Richie to give us a new spin on the boho chic crown braid trend. The style star hosted an event over the weekend, wearing her hair pulled back in a sleek chignon with a deep side part. But it was her hair accessory that caught our eye. She topped off her polished look with a twisted headband, proving that hair pieces can actually look chic. The closest replica we found is the Amika Le Twist headband ($14, originally $20), which comes in five shades to better match your hair color. For more hair-topping inspiration, shop our picks below!
From her studded brooches and bobby pins to the gilded wreaths and turbans, Jennifer Behr is the fairy godmother of hair accessories. And her newest collection has everything you need to get through all your upcoming holiday events. In fact, Kate Middleton was just spotted in a tiara that reminds us of Behr's Grecian headband design. You don't have to be royalty to don one of these swoon-worthy accessories that also look amazing on your holiday shopping (or wish!) list.
Headwraps can make for a stunning beauty look, and the Eastern style has been a staple for making a glamourous statement on and off the red carpet. And of all the many hair accessories, turbans and chunky headbands are perfect for topping off your Fall look. To help inspire you this season, we're rounding up some of our favorite ways we've spotted celebs rocking the look.
The punk theme at the Costume Institute Benefit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art was very apparent in the form of many outstanding hair pieces. From Sienna Miller's studs to Sarah Jessica Parker's mohawk, there were plenty of amazing looks to honor the Punk: Chaos to Couture exhibition. Click on to see them all!
In "hair accessories we'd kill for" news, this splendiferous peacock feather butterfly fascinator ($35) is as scintillatingly lovely as it is unique. Cutting feathers can be a tricky business, but Etsy shop Rationale has done a great job of trimming them and finding symmetrical quills, too.
Pieces like these are so great in part because of their versatility — there are a ton of lovely colors here, and the clip would look just as stunning with jeans as it would underneath a wedding veil. The materials aren't cheap either; it's Swarovski crystal and feathers, so although this one might not be the least expensive accessory you see on Etsy, the price is certainly a lot lower than what you'd pay at the mall.
It's got an 1980s edge to it, but with a sweet simplicity. Upon closer inspection, Whitney's chunky hair accessory is actually just a series of sparkly stones bunched together, and you can get a similar look, too. I've gathered together several options inspired by this textured style. Check them out below: