The Latest Hollywood Look from the Golden Globes: The Headband

Did you notice how many stars were wearing headbands at the Golden Globes this year? I did and it has set off yet another one of those Hollywood trends. Now if we want to look like Michelle Williams, Busy Phillips or Charlize Theron, we have to go back to the 60’s and get fitted out with our very own one. So, did they add to the gorgeous outfits of the night or were they a frightful addition that should not have been seen on the red carpet? I think they evoke a touch of the whimsy playfulness in all of us; they seem to say ‘Don’t take me too seriously, I certainly don’t!’ And we all love a down to earth Hollywood celebrity do we not? So here at Shopperbase we have banded (see what I did there?) together the best of the headbands for you to pick through. See what you think:

Anthropology – Firecracked Paths Headband – £28.00

This is a most original and gorgeous headband. The twinkled swirls light a winding path through your curls and keep your hair back in the most beautiful way. Surely it must have been made for a princess to wear! But now it is your turn. Ideal for any kind of cocktail party, or even a night out clubbing; your friends will be everso jealous! Just don’t tell them how much it cost! Made from cotton, glass, elastic and has stunning diamante crystals studded over the swirls to make it sparkle. Anthropologie.eu.

Deepa Gurnani Crystal and Chain Headband – £40.03

This handcrafted headband features metal beads and looped ball-chain strands. Double elastic insets and print fabric backing. 3/4″ wide. Handcrafted in India. Deepa Gurnani, founded by husband-and-wife team Deepa Gurnani and Jay Lakhani, founded their line to create jewelry, scarves, and handbags with a distinct, unusual, and glamorous point of view, using only the finest materials. Gurnani, who studied at London’s Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, and Lakhani, who studied at FIT and trained at Tiffany’s and Bulgari, bring attention to detail and a personal touch to each skillfully handcrafted piece. Shopbop.com.

Maison Michel Diana Headband – $80.00

The multi-strand Diana headband from Maison Michel reflects everything the historic fashion house is famous for: luxury, playfulness, and imagination. reminiscent of an Egyptian headdress, but given a modern, rainbow-metallic twist, this piece is just the right mix of elegance, invention, and sophistication. Masters of seductive, sophisticated accessories, Maison Michel is known for its perfectly exaggerated elegance, strictly traditional construction, and irresistibly whimsical spirit. (Just ask Pierre Cardin, Givenchy, Yves-Saint Laurent, or Christian Lacroix!) Acquired on its 60th anniversary by none other than Chanel, the famous house of hats has since enjoyed a renewed presence on the world scene, wooing everyone in its path. Available in black. Openingceremony.us.

Wildfox Daisy Chain Head Piece – £48.13

Bring out your inner hippy with this fabulous 60’s style headband. The attention to detail is amazing and it can be worn in many different ways. Daisy charm chain headpiece. Adjustable with lobster claw clasp closure. Wildfox heart charm detailing in back. Goes around circumference of head and straight across the middle from front to back. Adds a bohemian luxe touch to your everyday look. By Wildfox. Zinc Alloy Plated in 14kt. Gold w/ Matte White Enamel. Imported. 27″ circumference (at largest). Freepeople.com.

Kate Spade Fiorella Headband – $65.00

This headband is actually featured under ‘bridal accessories’, however, I reckon you could dress up a simple tee or go all out on a sparkly ensemble with the addition of this gold-plated headband. It features luminous faceted crystal baubles that catch the light and sparkle in every direction. Made from 12-karat gold plated metal. Available online and at select department stores. 5.9″ drop length x 0.9″ depth, weighs 66.29 grams and item comes pre boxed. A beautiful accessory for any occasion, your only problem is choosing a sparkly outfit to go with it!  Katespade.com.

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