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5 Fresh and Fun Ways to Wear a Headscarf Headband

CEO Tinh Phung
Are you looking to add a touch of style and versatility to your outfits this spring? Look no further than headscarves and scarf headbands - the trendiest accessories of the season. While they may not...

Are you looking to add a touch of style and versatility to your outfits this spring? Look no further than headscarves and scarf headbands - the trendiest accessories of the season. While they may not be new, there are plenty of exciting and innovative ways to wear them. And the best part? When you purchase a headscarf from Headbands of Hope, you're also making a difference in the lives of children with illnesses. It's fashion with a purpose!

How to Wear a Headscarf 5 Different Ways

1. Around Your Ponytail

When the weather gets warmer, ponytails become a go-to hairstyle. Elevate your ponytail game by adding a headscarf. There's no right or wrong way to tie it - just make sure it looks cute!

Marvelous Miss Camel & White Scarf Image: Marvelous Miss Camel & White Scarf

Fold the scarf in half, then fold it again several times. Tie it into a knot around your ponytail. You can also experiment with different knots and styles. The Paisley Princess Scarf looks adorable in a high ponytail, while the Marvelous Miss Navy & Red complements a casual side pony.

2. As a Neck Scarf

Want to enhance your outfit with a touch of European chicness? Try wearing a headscarf as a neck scarf. You can tie it with the knot to the side or the back - both look sophisticated and stylish.

Front knot style:

  • Fold the scarf into a triangle and roll it up.
  • Place it around your neck with both ends hanging loose in front of you.
  • Cross the ends and tie them into a knot. Adjust the knot's tightness to your liking.

Back knot style:

  • Fold the scarf into a triangle.
  • Place it around your neck with both ends hanging loose behind you.
  • Cross the ends and tie them into a knot.

No matter which way you choose to wear it, the Preppy Paisley Scarf will add an extra touch of elegance to your look.

3. As a Headband

When it comes to headbands, scarf headbands are a personal favorite. They can be folded in different thicknesses and tied into cute knots or bows. Plus, they look fantastic with both updos and loose hair. It's time to find your new favorite look!

Paisley Princess Scarf Headband Image: Paisley Princess Scarf Headband

Fold the scarf into a triangle and then fold it over to your desired thickness. Place the scarf headband under your hair, with the loose ends sticking up on the side of your head. Tie it into a knot at the top or off to the side. The Paisley Princess Scarf Headband is a great example of how fabulous this style can be.

4. As a Bandana

Bring back the 90s/early 2000s vibes with a bandana headband. Whether you want to channel your inner Torrance Shipman or just switch up your look, a bandana scarf headband will make it happen. The best part? It's perfect for those bad hair days when you need extra coverage and cuteness!

Rodeo Scarf Image: Rodeo Scarf

Fold the scarf into a triangle and place it on the top of your head. Tie it at the base of the back of your head. To add some flair, let some strands of hair flow down in the front. Alternatively, tuck all your hair into the scarf headband for uninterrupted vision while keeping up with daily chores. The Rodeo Scarf offers a modern twist on the traditional bandana design.

5. As a Purse Accessory

Add a stylish accent to your purse or beach bag by tying a headscarf around the handle. Not only does it look great, but it's also convenient to have on hand for pulling your hair back later in the day.

Scarf as a Purse Accessory Image: Scarf as a Purse Accessory

To put a headscarf onto your purse, simply tie it around the bag handle. Now you're ready to rock your day in style!

No matter where you're headed, go in style with the cute and comfortable neck scarves, scarf headbands, or purse scarves you can find at Headbands of Hope. Shop today and explore our wide range of trendy and traditional headbands, athletic headbands, and everything in between. Remember, fashion can be a force for good!

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