Okay, let’s be honest. Headbands were a huge thing when we were in elementary school back in the 80’s.
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And remember in high school? Those headbands with the “teeth” that could pull your bangs back so tight you would have what our pastor Greg Laurie calls a “beach; a.k.a. a bald forehead?” Gosh, we were cool.
Well, it’s needless to say, the headband is making a comback; in a good way.
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It’s probably been coming for a while now, but recently I’ve been inspired by a few different, vintage type head wear I’ve found on taza and the prince via peonies and polaroids – an amazing blog with an amazing title and whitty comments; truly.
Ms. Peonie posted a mondo-post on February 11th about headwear for your wedding or any day for that matter. She breaks up wedding day hearwear into the following three subjects:
- Hats – for something utterly different.
- Fascinators (encompassing tulle and feather divisions) – for those who can’t resist a little bridal froth.
- Flowers and head bands – for those who want something they could wear again after the wedding without inviting Miss Havisham comparisons.
She does woe herself in a later post for not posting a few of the beauties from taza and the prince, which is where I learned of taza’s little beauties. Taza also has a blog which you should add to your daily reads.
Here are a few of my favorites from taza and the prince. Most of them are sold out, but she’s open to making more if you’re interested.