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Children's Headbands

Children's Headbands - Wide Stretchy Headbands for Babies and Kids with
Large Flower Decorations. Buds and Bows Crochet Hats with Large Removable Flower Hair Clips.

Headbands with Flower Decoration (newborn to 6 years)

Stretchy Headbands fit most children from newborn to age 6. Crocheted Hats have adjustable ribbons and fit most children from ages 12 months to 5 years. Alligator Hair Clips w/Large Flowers can be worn either by themselves or as a decoration on a hat.

Buds and Bows Rose Turquoise Crochet Headband

Crotcheted and Knit Baby Hats with Roses (0-9 Months)

White Crochet Infant Cap w/White Cabbage Rose
Buds and Bows Pink Polka Dot Infant Cap w/White Maribou
White Infant Cap W/White Cabbage Rose
Fuchsia w/White polka Dots Baby Beanie w/Thite Mum Flower

Crotcheted Hats with Ribbons and removable Flower Hair Clips (1 to 5 years)

Buds and Bows Kendall Brn/Pi Crochet Hat w/Hair Clip
Buds and Bows Kendall Wh/Blk Crochet Hat w/Hair Clip
Buds and Bows Kendall White Crochet Hat w/Hair Clip
Bubblegum Crochet Hat w/Brown Mum Flower Hairclip
White Crochet Hat w/Hot Pink Mum Flower Hair Clip
Kendall White Crocheted Hat w/Lime Flower Hair Clip
Bubblegum Crochet Hat w/Bubblegum Flower Hair Clip
Bubblegum Crochet Hat /Pink Cabbage Rose Hairclip
Buds and Bows Kendall Black Crochet Hat with Hair Clip
Buds and Bows Orange Crochet Hat w/Green Flower

Children's Hair Clips

Jelly the Pug Maple Hair Clip
Jelly the Pug Dazzle Turquoise Hair Clip
Jelly the Pug Skylor Rose Flower Hair Clip
Jelly the Pug Dazzle Turquoise Hair Clip Pair
Jelly the Pug Dazzle Grey Hair Clip
Jelly the Pug Dazzle Headband
Jelly the Pug Dazzle Grey Hair Lip Pair $13.00
Buds and Bows Pink and Green Bow with Strawberry Clip
Buds and Bow Pink and Green Bow with Yellow Flower Clip
Buds and Bows Ivory Bow with Coral Knot Clip Set
Buds and Bows Hot Pink Bow with Turquoise Knot Clip
Hairclip to match the Jelly the Pug Fall Delight Collection
Hairclip to match the Jelly the Pug Fall Delight Collection
Hairclip to match the Jelly the Pug Willow Grove Collection
Hairclip to match the Jelly the Pug Willow Grove Collection
Absorba, Bebemonde, Blossom Babies, Buds and Bows, Catimini Boy Clothes, C'est la vie, Chit-Chat Clothing, Comfy Hand Knit Baby Hats, Country Kids Children's Tights, Country Kids Socks, CR Sport Boy Clothes, David Fussenegger Blankets, Deux par deux, Flap Happy Swim Wear, Flap Happy Clothing, Girlfriends by Anita G, Good Lad, Green Sprouts Organics by i-play, Halo SleepSack - Wearable Blankets, Hand & Heart Crocheted Baby Hats, Hand Knit Children's Hats, Hopscotch Designs, i-play sunshield, Jefferies Children's Tights, Kushies Organic Baby Clothes, Kushies Rain Gear, Lazy One Cotton Kids Pajamas, Little Me, Melton, Mim-Pi, Mulberribush Boy Clothes, My O Baby Organic Baby Clothes, New Jammiez Organic Kids Pajamas, Nohi Organic Children's Clothing, No Slippy Hair Clippy, Pediped, Petit Lem, Pipsqueaks, Posh Chldren's Tutus, Positively Organic Baby Clothing, Rainbow Steps Shoes, Sozo, Tic Tac Toe Children's Cotton Tights, Tuff Cookie Children's Fleece Hats, Tralala Clothing, Vitamins Baby, Wee Squeak, Zaza Couture, Zee Spot Onezeez, Zutano Toddler, Zutano Newborn
Please supervise any little ones that may handle hair clips as they could be a choking hazard - as with all small objects, keep from young childrens' mouths.

History of Headbands

Whether your hair is long or short, curly or straight, wavy or flat, the headband is a hair accessory that not only keeps those locks of hair in check, but it does so with style and grace.Headbands have been in circulation since the era of the ancient Greeks; the period dating from 475 BC to 330 BC. In those days, headbands were made out of wreaths made from olive branches. Their initial purpose included being the ultimate prize awarded to athletes competing in the original Olympics. As time progressed, the Romans and the Etruscans modified their wreaths with the decorative use of precious metals such as gold and silver. Various woods such as oak were also used in the production of this newly acquired hair decoration. As the Middle Ages arrived, women would wear wreaths made of gold, but the wreaths soon lost their popularity once chaplets entered the scene. Headbands received modern-day popularity with the arrival of the 1800s. During this period, women would accentuate their hair with headbands decorated with feathers, jewels, and flowers. With the arrival of the 1960's and the manifestation of the hippy-era, headbands became a popular hair accessory for both women and men alike; while flower-power youth made their headbands out of wild flowers, ribbons, silk, and scarves. In the 1990's the headband would undergo a transformation yet again. Designers began to take the headband as a serious fashion accessory and began creating headbands that were both elegant and fashionable. Over a decade and a half later, as celebrities took notice of these new and improved headbands, they not only began to wear them but they also lent their famous locks in promotion of them. Headbands also come in a variety of styles. They can either be causal in nature and worn as a simple means of removing fly-away hairs from the face, or they can be elegant and even fancy in style and worn at formal events such as proms, weddings, or in the workplace. From its ancient and humble beginnings in the rustic terrain of the Mediterranean, to the heads of Roman emperors and commoners alike, the transformation of the headband is astounding. Not only is it a fashion accessory, the headband has become a staple in the fashion industry. Just like every other accessory ranging from shoes to purses, the headband has become a fashion trend all its own.

History of Beanies

The precursor to the modern beanie was a small, round, close-fitting hat, brimless or with a small brim. In the 12th and 13th centuries, women wore embroidered beanies, made of velvet, satin, or taffeta, on top of their head-veils. In the late 16th century, brimless, black velvet toques were popular with men and women. Throughout the 19th century, women wore toques, often small, trimmed with fur, lace, bows, flowers, or leaves. Beanies are common in cold climates, and are worn worldwide in various forms. They have become the common headgear for stereotypical dockworkers and sailors in movies and television. In other parts of the English-speaking world , this type of hat is more commonly referred to by other names: knit hat or knit cap, sock cap or stocking cap, watch cap, skull cap or skully, snow hat, snow cap, ski cap ,tossle cap, woolly hat, chook or beanie . In Australia, New Zealand, United States, Ireland and the UK, the term beanie refers almost exclusively to the knitted hat. Conversely, In Canada the word beanie is used to denote a more rigid cap that is not knitted but rather made up of joined panels of felt, twill or other tightly woven cloth. Also known as a 'tammy' in Scotland.

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