Knotted headbands such as our Baker Blue Floral Headband and the Don Pink Floral Headband are perfect for quick and easy up-do’s, half up half down styles or to add something extra to your flowing locks. 

The knot effect is a great way to add some extra volume without that bulky feeling. The patterns are also perfect to mix and match with a variety of our other products, and with spring around the corner who doesn’t love florals in spring!

The Baker Blue and Don Pink Headbands both contain a range of different tones and colours and so makes a great addition to a variety of outfits. We love pairing our headbands with long maxi flowing tea dresses, bold gold accessories and a pair of our favourite trainers for a street style look that’s put together but with minimal effort. 

Made from 100% recycled polyester using plastic bottles which have been melted down and reformed into threads, making this an environmentally friendly accessory for any occasion. 

If you are not sure where to start when styling your new tie headband, here are some quick and simple solutions:

  1. Try with a top knot or high ponytail 

Wrap your hair into a tight top knot bun and then gently place the headband on the top of your head. Leave an inch or two gaps from your forehead to keep volume and body to the front of your hair. This can also be recreated with a high ponytail. 

  1. Hair Pulled back 

With your hair down, part your hair as you normally would and then place the headband on top of your head. As you place the headband on your head, you can also pull the hair back to create a sleek and clean finish. 

  1. Placed in the middle of your head 

This is a really simple and quick look that will just add a bit more spice to a hair down day. Style your hair down as you normally would and then place the headband in the middle of your head. This may feel strange at first as we normally wear headbands slightly more forward, but by placing the knot in the centre of your head it creates a more symmetrical finish. 

We hope these tips and tricks help you become more adventurous with your tie headbands. Don’t forget to tag us in your Unified pictures by our socials, we love to see what you create!