4 Stylish Hair Accessories You’ll Want To Wear This A/W
Here at Goxip, we love welcoming a new season, often because it means updating our wardrobes with new trends, and the trends we love the most are the ones that require minimal effort like hair accessories. Hair accessories are a go-to for days where a slightly average outfit needs an uplift, or a statement look needs a finishing touch – it’s all about accessorising your locks. From editors to influencers, fashion insiders everywhere have been embracing the trend, and we’ve made an edit of our favourite styles. Scroll down to see how to style must-have hair accessories this autumn/winter.
Greasy hair days have never looked chicer thanks to the comeback of bow hair accessories. Oversized and silky, this look was first spotted on Chanel’s FW20 runway, where models half-up, half-down hair were all finished off with pretty bows and brooches.
Barrettes are back and they’re bigger and more adorned than ever. This hair accessory has become an Instagram favourite and the way to wear it is all about taking a more is more approach. Try styling multiple clips – remember, the more the better and don’t be glitter, logo or jewel adverse.
Hitting peak 90s nostalgia, the headscarf made a comeback on the Spring Summer as well as Autumn Winter runways of 2020. There are multiple ways that you can wear the silk scarf, but some of our favourites include: 1) fold in half diagonally into a triangle and wear over your hair as a throwback bandana, 2) roll from one corner to another into a strip and style as a headband.
We love that the simple addition of a patterned headscarf can bring some much-need zing to an otherwise neutral outfit. Try a clashing floral print with gingham for a retro vibe, or keep it simple and pair a leopard-print style with white denim and a racer vest top.
Queen B-approved, the padded headband has taken the fashion world by storm, with everyone from Prada, Gucci and Chanel releasing luxe velvet and pearl-adorned takes on the school-girl headpiece.
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