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Ways to Wear a Headband this Summer

Ways to Wear a Headband this Summer

A headband is such an easy accessory to throw on to instantly make your outfit a little more polished. Today we're highlighting the Pink Multi Stripe Headband from LeytInspired by a turban head scarf, this headband joins two different tones of the same fabric with a simple knot to create a look that is playful and fun while also effortlessly put together. Keep reading for 3 different ways to wear yours.


1. Classic Hair Back

This is one of the easiest looks to create, simply pull back your hair with the headband and voila – you've instantly upgraded your outfit! 

This look is a secret weapon for those mornings when you're running late or if you're wanting add a little something special to your outfit.

Headbands also make great gift for friends, anyone can use a nice headband especially one that's made of high quality fabrics like silks, linen or cotton. 





2. Pieces Out 

Another simple way to wear them is over your head with some hair in the front of the headband.

Instead of pulling your hair all the way back with your headband, simply place your headband on top of your parted hair without any pieces tucked behind your ears.

You can adjust accordingly. Tuck some pieces behind the ears or move more pieces toward the face, depending on what feels best for you.

This look is great way to add some softness to your face and works well with layered hair like shown on Emma.



3. Half Up, Half Down

For a more fun and laidback look, try this half up and half down style. Start with parted hair and add your headband like you would with hair down.

Next, section half of your hair at the back and gather the top portion in your hand and secure with a scrunchie, clip or hair tie.

This look is perfect for casual events and everyday wear.






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Leyt is a sustainable dress and headband collection that is designed to be as light and freeing on the body as it is on the environment. All pieces are handmade with low environmental impact in Brooklyn, NYC with fabric that is handloomed by artisans using only natural fibers. Shop the full collection here.

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