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3. Lululemon Wunder Train Headband

According to The New York Post, “Train hard but look stylish. We already tested and love the Wunder Train collection, including this headband that stays put while on the go and looks great when rocking an athletic look.”

Lululemon Wunder Train Headband
Lululemon Wunder Train Headband (lululemon.com)

“Auric gold, dark olive or classic black? Choose from one of three colors of lululemon’s super comfy headband and train like a pro in style,” adds Evening Standard. “Made from a sweat-wicking fabric with a velvet binding on the inside to stop it from slipping out of place, this band sits securely on your head and makes the perfect accessory when on the move.”

“‘Go for the gold with this exercise headband, which reviewers rave about. “Holds my hair back perfectly without feeling too tight,’ one reviewer said. This headband has also earned traits such as ‘breathable’ and ‘comfortable,'” mentions Today

4. Prada Re-Nylon Headband

New York Post raves, “Get the designer headband that started it all. The Prada puffy headband is made of Re-nylon, which is a recycled nylon yarn. It features the iconic Prada triangle logo and comes in an assortment of colors.”

Prada Re-Nylon Headband in black
Prada Re-Nylon Headband in black

“Logomania has entered the chat with Prada’s Re-Nylon Headband. It’s quite a splurge, but it’s worth every penny, and not just because it has Prada’s signature metal triangle logo,” adds Allure. “This puffy, wide headband may look heavy, but it feels barely there and comfy enough on your head to be worn all day. It’s made from the luxury label‘s regenerated nylon yarn, which is made from plastic trash collected from the ocean.”

“Though Amanda Gorman’s red inauguration headband is no longer in stock, Prada still makes the statement headband in a variety of other colors. We happen to like the alabaster pink, but you can also choose between beige, wisteria, cornflower blue, and a variety of other colors. Leave it to Prada to help us master easy holiday hair with one of the best party ready headbands,” notes Dandelion Chandelier

5. Lele Sadoughi Velvet Headband

Dandelion Chandelier ranks it at number one and says, “Lele Sadoughi is most people’s go-to name for headbands – and for good reason. These bejeweled showstoppers are all works of art, and it was almost impossible to pick a favorite. Each one feels decadent, and like a delicious piece of candy for our hair. But we are big fans of this dark teal velvet, which seems like a great example of what Sadoughi does best. Embellished with peach-colored crystals, these rich hues have us imagining all kinds of autumn magical. And best of all, the band is wide and designed for maximum comfort; you’ll barely remember you’re wearing it, but everyone who sees you will notice right away!”

Lele Sadoughi Women's Crystal Bloom Velvet Knotted Headband
Lele Sadoughi Women’s Crystal Bloom Velvet Knotted Headband

“From legendary style icons like Brigitte Bardot and Jackie O to modern muses like Lupita Nyong’o and Kate Middleton, the headband has been favored as the must-have accessory by the most stylish of ladies,” adds Harper’s Bazaar. “And we found the perfect one from editor-fave label Lele Sadoughi that instantly transforms any look into a timeless classic. Finished in a black velvet and featuring a knotted detail that adds effortless volume—this is the outfit-maker you’ll be reaching for day in and day out.”

“This knotted velvet headband from Lele Sadoughi comes in seven different colors. It features a 1 1/2-inch knot and a 2 1/2-inch side width, and it is as classic as it gets.  Velvet Headband, $49 at Lele Sadoughi,” writes Parade

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About Saloni Ordia

Saloni is a freelance B2B SaaS writer who excels at creating in-depth product-focused content. When she is not writing, you can find her in the kitchen whipping up new recipes or curled up with a rom-com novel.

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1 Comment

  1. Jacqueline Benedict says:

    I’m curious if there are any eco-friendly headbands on the market? It would be great to find a stylish option that’s also sustainable. Any recommendations?