head scarf style

Ok, here’s the thing about head scarves. I think they look great on everyone. Absolutely everyone. Not to mention they are incredibly versatile. Whether you call them hair scarves, head wraps or turbans, they are the perfect accessory for the beach, a summer outdoor event and depending on the fabric and style-can work for day or night. Thin, knotted, tied up or tied down, this is a new summer staple. And bonus? No headband headaches. ~Brandee 


I love this bright pink head scarf from ThreeBirdNest tied like a bandana. She has what seems like hundreds of amazing options on Etsy. 

head scarfs

Sometimes head scarves can get lost on dark brown hair (like mine). But the solution is a bright white head wrap with a beautiful print like this one from Madewell

head scarves

Vogue featured summer head wraps in a completely new way, on buns! Not for me, but they pull off the look!

head wraps for summer 

Keiko Lynn has amazing style and one of the signature looks I admire is how she rocks a head scarf. She wraps multiple times from front to back and secures the ends under the front to conceal. 

types of head wraps

Thicker head scarves that cover most of your hair, also known as turbans, are perfect for every day like this street chic style. 

head scarves for summer

Suturno has a collection of many gorgeous things, but I love how this cactus print hair scarf is styled. 

bright colored head wraps

A bright colored hair scarf is a quick way to chic up your summer style.  

yuna head wrap

I love the way Yuna pairs her signature head wrap style with a bright lip color.

summer hair scarf

This is only one of Anthropologie‘s fun hair scarves . I tend to gravitate towards their head wraps that double as headbands because they stay nice and secure on my head all day.  

colorful head wraps

I’ve got my eye on fellow east coaster Mattie James. Her hair scarf game is gorgeous and love the way she tied the ends for a different look.