The Key to Pulling Off Spring’s Hair Accessory Trend: Go Vintage
Bows, ribbons, tiaras, barrettes, flowers and yes, even headbands topped model’s heads on the spring 2019 runways, and while the look can often feel glaringly childlike in IRL or slightly reminiscent of an Upper East Side prep (ahem, Blair Waldorf) we’re of the mind that pulling it off in a modern way is all about finding a great vintage piece.
Chanel happens to have a history of creating fantastic hair accessories—the label releases new, themed options without fail each season—that are far cooler than your average Goody clip. But a pair of ’90s-inspired Louis Vuitton hair cubes, a tiny Hermes scarf, or even just a great non-designer barrette with an art deco motif will do the trick too.
Saint Laurent Spring 2019 (ImaxTree)
At the Spring 2019Guccishow, models worked embellished floral hair clips (as seen above) and turban-style head wraps, whileHedi Slimaneaccessorized his Saint Laurent crew with tiaras. Flashy, sure, but the runways also proved hair adornments can convey a quiet elegance, as evidenced by Oscar de la RentaandDior, which had stylists wrap simple around a low ponytail.
Oscar de la Renta spring 2019
In the gallery above, shop 10 vintage styles that feel more modern than anything else on the market right now.
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