Thanks to Summer music festivals like Coachella, flower headbands are/were all the rage. It’s as if suddenly we all reverted back in time and became hippies. I’m not complaining. I’m all for a little hippie love (woohoo boho style), but with Summer on its way out and Fall making its way in, does that mean flower headbands are going to become a thing of the past? Of course not! Like most things in fashion, the flower headband can be easily adapted to fit chilly Fall. With bright coloured flowers no longer being appropriate, we can now go on the search for headbands in rustic silver and gold with red rosebuds, intricate leaf designs, and jewels in deep shades of cobalt, emerald, and burgundy. Sounds a bit more Fall appropriate. So longer do we have the flower crown of the summer, but instead we have the Autumn Halo. See for yourself. What do you think?
Check out some shop-worthy Autumn Halos below! Just click the image and you’ll be directed to where you can buy the product so easy. The perfect addition to your Fall wardrobe (the second page has more affordable options).
Personally, I think the idea of the Autumn Halo looks more classic than the typical flower headband. Wearing a traditional flower headband has the tendency to look like you’re playing dress-up or you’ve become an overgrown child. Some people can pull it off, some can’t. I feel that the Autumn Halo is more accessible, especially if you stick with rustic leaves instead of oversized flowers (I’m more in favour of the rustic leaves instead of flowers, anyway).
I’ve always known that I want some type of headband for my wedding instead of the traditional veil, and since I also know I want to get married in the Fall, I should keep all these ideas in mind (I’m one of those people that plan non-existent weddings). Seriously, though, wedding or not, we spend so much time putting outfits together, why not dress up our hair a little too?