Steal That Style: Headband Happy

05/13/2009 at 12:30 PM ET
Celebrity Baby Blog – Steal That Style

While Natalie Morales may still count on the classic scrunchie, more and more celeb moms are pulling out the headbands for their baby girls! Whether to keep long bangs away from their eyes or simply to top off an adorable outfit — Honor Marie‘s short hair doesn’t stop mom Jessica Alba from loving the trend — we have noticed that celebrities have gone headband happy.

With Katie Holmes opting for a simple band when it came to her daughter Suri last December, Nicole Richie‘s little Harlow Winter Kate has shown off quite the selection in a variety of styles! Other fans of the headband craze include Chloe Ava, who showed off her frilly headband while out with her dad Byron Allen, adorable baby face Peyton Nicole while attending a recent event with dad Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds, and Stella Doreen, sporting quite the headband while keeping mom Tori Spelling company at a book signing.

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Steal That Style and go headband happy with the floral looks below!

Lola Et Moi Blue Headband

Breaking Bank: A favorite of Jessica’s — we’ve seen Honor sporting clothes from here quite a few times! — Lola Et Moi carries some of the cutest and most unusual headbands around. While the price may make you cringe, their whimsical flowers and adorable selections are a hit among celebrities!

Favorites: We have our eye on Lola Et Moi Blue Headband With Flower ($35) and we are loving Jamie Rae Peony Headband ($18).

No Slippy Hair Clippy Deep Pink Flower

Not Pinching Pennies: Famous for their no slip policy for their hair clips, No Slippy Hair Clippy‘s headbands are equally as adorable. With a wide variety of colors and styles, you’re sure to find one you and your little girl can both agree on!

Favorites: Check out the No Slippy Hair Clippy Deep Pink Flower ($10) and the Janie and Jack Flower Headband ($12).

Baby Lulu Deep Red

Bargain Buying: Simple look, great price! Forget Me Not Kids has a great — and very large — selection of adorable headbands from a variety of different brands. If you’ve got your eye on one in particular, check back often for a sale!

Favorites: Keep it simple with Baby Lulu Deep Red Headband ($4.50) or the Plum Pudding Red Velour Headband ($6.60).

— Anya

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val on

please help me find the one honor is wearing in the post. i am going to a wedding and that would totally match my daughters dress. PLease please help

Danielle on

I figure I’ll be in the minority, but I find these headbands on toddlers to be silly…however, I do find Honor and Harlow to be beautiful little girls!

Lis on

I absolutely ADORE headbands and hairbows on baby and little girls!!!! I really hope one day I’m blessed with a daughter so I can get the cute little hair things 😉


I LOVE head bands and clips and bows! My daughter loves them too and has been wearing them she was 5 months!!

Those are some cute ones, thanks CBB

Amy on

I love clips on baby girls. However headbands like the one Honor is wearing in the pic, IMHO is way over the top and not cute whatsoever.

jessie on

cute headbands, the babies must like them but when i was a kid my mom said i hated them,lol

liza on

i for one do not like headbands on babies or toddlers.
one of the most ridiculous things i’ve seen!!

Anna on

I too think the headbands look stupid.

zara on

i think the headband without hair look is v silly.

that said – what super powers do celeb moms wield? HOW do they get these kids to leave the bands/clips in their hair?

baby gifts on

I love how headbands make babies look cuter. With it you won’t be mistaken that the baby is a girl. =)

Maddy on

to val: J Crew makes adorable heaedbands and have some almost identical to Honor’s, but are probably made for slightly older girls. Hope this helps

BeckyPeabody on

I love the headband’s on little girls as well. There is a small window of opportunity to dress a little girl, the way that fits your taste and budget. After that window closes, it’s a bit trickier. So, go for it.

Money generally, isn’t the issue. But, the child get’s ideas of their own, and you have to work through that.

danielle nebres on

Kewky on

@ baby gift My mom put in flower shaped hair clips so she wouldn’t have to answer. “Awww, is it a boy or girl?”