headband-jennifer-behr

I love headbands, turbans, scarves…
I’m a big fan of anything that frames the face and neck and gives this kind of allure.

This one here is leather and is even cooler because the biggest problem with headbands is…

… They slide!!! Jerks.

And I would guess leather would stay in place better than cotton and silk, right?
I hope?
Maybe?

Okay.

Seeing that Céline put Daria in this big knotted headband in their last campaign, I think it will give inspiration to even the shyest of fashion lovers… myself included.

Even if I don’t nearly have the coolitude of Daria shot by Jurgen Teller (or even Mariya in the shot I got of her, sooo cool), I still think I’ll give it a shot.

I’ll try not to look like some roadside gypsy trying to get to the S&M club.
That’s usually the feeling I get when I wear any kind of turban, unfortunately (and the S&M feeling comes when it’s in leather, which doesn’t happen too frequently, fortunately).

Aaaaaah, the distance between fantasy and reality!
What we dream a garment will do for us…

For ex: A jumper! Awesome! I’ll be like Jane Birken in the 70′s!!!
Euuuuuh, how can I tell you that… Actually you really look like a construction worker.
For ex: Super short hair! Perfect! I’ll look like Anne Hathaway!
Mmmm, darling, the truth is you’re closer to Liza Minelli in Sex & The City 2.
For ex : A pair of Dr. Martens! Yeey! I’ll be the new Agyness Deyn!!!
Honey, I am so sorry but you look like an old teenager.

… And what it really does.

So what do you think? Can I rock it? Or is it a little too much? Is it too…
Mmmmm…Let’s say…
Editorial?

——–

The turban is from Jennifer Behr, and the jean jacket is by Proenza Schouler.

Translation : Tim Sullivan


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  • CORY SCOTT January, 29 2013, 9:10 / Reply

    All I can say is that a real fashionista is not afraid to try ANYTHING!
    Go for it! :-)

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  • andreea January, 29 2013, 9:10

    you will style the pieces differently, garance! and they will become your own :)

    http://littleaesthete.com

  • Elisa January, 29 2013, 9:13 / Reply

    Oh oui j’adore les bandeaux! Mais je sais pas, je n’arrive pas a porter un bandeau de maniere naturelle et confortable, a chaque fois ca glisse trop en arriere, ou des meches se mettent n’importe comment, ou ca me gratte, ou ca me serre… suis-je la seule a avoir ces problemes?

    Elisa – Wandering Minds fashion
    ourwanderingminds.com

  • Jane with the noisy terrier January, 29 2013, 9:15 / Reply

    It’s a conundrum. I’ve got curly/wavy hair as well, and always think a head wrap would be such a great way to control wild summer frizz so I give it a go and realize I look like a cross between Norma Desmond and Whatever Happened to Baby Jane. SO not the look I’m going for! I’ve got a decade+ on you and am realizing that I’ve got to take my age into consideration now for fear of looking like mutton dressed like lamb. Yet I still want to embrace fashion. It’s a slippery slope.

  • sanmiguelense January, 29 2013, 9:15

    Slippery slope indeed, especially when you add on another decade…there has to be a happy medium between muttonhood and Eileen Fisher.

  • Gigi January, 29 2013, 9:16 / Reply

    Hello Garance!

    Biensûr que tu dois tenter, je suis sûre que ça t’irait super bien!

    Ce qui serait encore plus cool c’est que tu le portes avec tes cheveux naturels, non lissés, l’effet serait encore plus top! Et le headband tiendra peut-être plus longtemps ;)

    xx
    G.

  • Nicole January, 29 2013, 9:17 / Reply

    I never look cool in headbands! I feel like they make my head look very small. And you’re right they never stay in place, I always look like I’m wearing a crown! Lol

    http://miheso.com

  • Ylenia January, 29 2013, 9:18 / Reply

    well because I have a head full, ecploding with curly, I am not a big fan of headbands, hats and such. By I love them soooo much!
    it’s just that they do not fit properly…
    what a shame.
    as looking at this pic I really would like to try it out.

    Baci, Ylenia di Longuette

  • Laura January, 29 2013, 9:19 / Reply

    Un bandeau en cuir! Ca c’est la class, tu devrais essayer sans hésiter!
    Ton article est plein d’humour, j’adore!

    http://www.laurablogmode.com

  • Cecilia January, 29 2013, 9:20 / Reply

    Non pas trop éditorial sur toi. Faut pas penser a ce que on a sur sa tète, mais a ce que on a dedans!
    http://modeskinen.blogspot.com

  • JulieDo January, 29 2013, 9:21 / Reply

    Chez Marc Jacobs aussi on va en voir partout cette saison ! J’en avais parlé ici : http://comptoirmode.blogspot.com/2012/09/le-bandeau-de-marc.html

    Très chouette article et très vrai sur l’écart intersidéral entre fantasme et réalité !

  • THE STEL STYLE January, 29 2013, 9:23 / Reply

    beautiful picture, I like this leather and denim combination!!!

    http://www.thestelstyle.com

  • Ami January, 29 2013, 9:24 / Reply

    Hi Garance!

    It’s hard to say if you can rock it because as intimately familiar as I am with your wonderful blog I’m a stranger to you. I personally would try it on and get the HONEST (you have to forewarn them to be brutally honest or this won’t work) opinions of people who see you on a regular basis and are closer to you before venturing out into the world wearing something you’re unsure suits you. And to be frank I find some things and by things I mean really atypical almost individualistic things like jumpers or leather turbans suit some personalities better than others so despite our best efforts they just don’t go as well on us as they do others. This is not an insult at all!! I’m sure you would look absolutely fetching in/could def pull off a turban, but as you said the effect could be different, it could be S&M, BUT IT COULD BE TOTALLY ALLURING; you have to ask your truest friends G girl!

    Best,

    Ami

  • April January, 29 2013, 9:26 / Reply

    The key to pulling off something like this is not being self-conscious about it. If you’re around people and are constantly thinking about the turban, it’s probably best not to wear it. Regardless, I love the look! Very chic.

  • Claire January, 29 2013, 9:26 / Reply

    J’adore aussi les bandeaux, je viens de m’en procurer de superbes chez HAIR DESIGNACCESS mais malheureusement je trouve qu’après 35 ans cela met en valeur les rides du front !!

  • Sisi January, 29 2013, 9:29 / Reply

    lol je m’y retrouve totalement!
    Moi c’est quand je tente l’imprimé Leopard que la réalité me gifle en pleine face :
    Je voudrais ressembler à Miranda kerr mais dans le miroir je vois : Esmeralda et Pascaline Petit… http://www.flickr.com/photos/regisnory/6135434027/

  • Echidna January, 29 2013, 9:30 / Reply

    I just tie my scarf like the celine runway look last season. Godness it’s look good on me. I use to tie a turban though. It’s not work on me. You should try and post a picture. Let us be the judge.

  • jicky January, 29 2013, 9:30 / Reply

    the band, je sais pas, why not, avec tous les risques que ça comporte; mais la photo est super (le fond, tout)

  • kitchen afternoon January, 29 2013, 9:30 / Reply

    je suis desole mais il ma dites It’s Tuesday, that must be the cleaning lady.

  • Nathalie, l'heure d'été January, 29 2013, 9:31 / Reply

    Je crois que l’été est le moment où je me sens le plus libre de tester un certain nombre d’accessoires dans les cheveux… Bandeaux que, trop modérée sans doute, je ne testerais pas dans l’année.
    Je ne sais pas si les cocktails ou les rayons du soleil en sont la cause (les deux, docteur ?), mais je pense que, comme d’habitude, il me faudra quelque temps pour en porter.
    Ce lui-ci me plaît pas mal ! Et la photo, comme d’habitude, me parle beaucoup.
    PS. Une salopette pour devenir Jane ? C’est parti ! ;)

  • Adiko January, 29 2013, 9:33 / Reply

    Pour le bandeau/turban, c’est également quelque chose qui me trotte dans la tête depuis un moment, mais je n’ose effectivement pas franchir le pas justement à cause de ce décalage envie/réalité. En général, pour y remédier et éviter l’effet déception et se dire qu’on ne ressemble à rien, contrairement à toutes ces filles magnifiques, c’est de projeter la fringue sur soi (au sens figuré, pas au sens propre). Si on la voit ou l’imagine sur quelqu’un d’autre, oui ce sera forcément joli, après on l’imagine sur soi et on se dit, non finalement ça ne m’irait pas à moi (parce que je suis trop petite/trop grande/menue/grosse/blonde/brune, etc.). Mais au final, je pense que le secret des filles qui savent porter des fringues décalés, c’est de les porter avec assurance et une extrême confiance en soi, et ça, ce n’est pas donné à tout le monde.

  • Rachelle January, 29 2013, 9:34 / Reply

    I think you can rock it, the thing with bold accessories you have to own them and not let them own you. Me personally I love any headband, but cannot wear all of them.

    xo
    http://pinksole.com

  • Petra January, 29 2013, 9:38 / Reply

    Ffffffuunnnnnyyyyy!
    In my opinion, there are two types of Girls, the One, who can wear headbands, leather, fabrics, plastic, felt etc.pp. And then those who cannot wear them (would be me, unfortunately)….
    It is so easy to decide which type of girl you are: if they slide, no matter what kind of material,leather as well (I tried it), you are unfortunately the Type who cannot wear them, if they sit on your Head like tacked, you are the headband type girl ;-)))
    You are great Garance! Have Fun!
    XO Petra

    http://www.sax-s.com

  • Dea January, 29 2013, 9:40 / Reply

    I love it, but not on me….I’d be afraid to even try it.

    http://www.timelessdifference.com

  • Blaise January, 29 2013, 9:50 / Reply

    “Honey, I am so sorry but you look like an old teenager.” Hahaha!

  • stilo January, 29 2013, 9:53 / Reply

    Ah franchement c’est une question assez difficile! Disons que dans mon cas, rien que de penser au bandeau avec un gros nœud sur ma tête… disons que c’est tout le contraire de la photo que tu as publié ;-) Comment dirxmmme?? Ça me fait plutôt penser à du Zsa Zsa Gabor… Et encore j’suis gentille… avec moi-même! Non là du coup je passe ,-)

    Stilo
    http://blogdastilo.blogspot.pt

  • Mary January, 29 2013, 9:54 / Reply

    Honestly, I had the idea that curly hair stopped headbands from sliding. I have a box full of them, so I’m just glad designers are making an effort to bring them back so I can rock’em!
    By the way, most of us, I feel look like Blair gone S&M with headbans, but it’s a much easier feeling to cope with when we are all in it together, right?? Headgear team spirit!!

  • Charlène sur le Net January, 29 2013, 9:54 / Reply

    J’ADORE!!! C’est drôle, j’ai justement posté un look avec un headband tout à l’heure!

    On peut faire beaucoup de coiffures différentes avec un bandeau, c’est limite une nouvelle pièce à chaque tenue ;)

    http://charlenesurlenet.blogspot.fr/

  • Isa January, 29 2013, 10:01 / Reply

    Je ne suis pas forcement fan des headband mais celui ci est très sympa ! Et bien porté il faut dire !
    http://www.isatoutsimplement.org

  • Kris January, 29 2013, 10:03 / Reply

    I say yes! I’m looking for one myself! And you can most certainly pull this look off! Can’t wait to see you style it!

  • erin January, 29 2013, 10:06 / Reply

    G– best line ever:

    I’ll try not to look like some roadside gypsy trying to get to the S&M club.

    hahaha, such a visual!.

  • Cheers January, 29 2013, 10:08 / Reply

    Hahaha génial tes comparaisons! Pour ma part je crois que beaucoup de filles pensent que si elles associent des imprimés léopard et des cuissardes elles deviendront Kate Moss, mais non elles font simplement vulgaire (à la limite du trottoir, nn?). Et pour parler de moi (ben oui parce que les autres c’est trop facile), ça m’arrive de flasher sur des petites robes moulantes dos nu, sauf que j’ai pas le corps, ni les fesses d’Eva Longoria, donc je ressemble plutôt à une pouffe quelque peu planche à pain… Abandon!
    Mais franchement Garance je suis certaine que ce petit accessoire t’irait comme un gant et puis tu ne risques pas grand chose à coté du léopard et des cuissardes (si tu vois ce que je veux dire!).

    xxxx
    http://cheersleblog.com/

  • Denisa January, 29 2013, 10:09 / Reply

    I really love your posts. Are so nice written, great job. Have a nice day.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

  • margaret January, 29 2013, 10:23 / Reply

    definitely cool! perfect for lazy gals (like me!) who don’t have time to blow dry or curl their hair every morning but still want it to look “done.” totally inspired to buy a turban!

  • Nadia January, 29 2013, 10:25 / Reply

    J’aime trop ton humour ton passage d’exemples haha moi salopette rime avec Bob le bricoleur , tu es si simple sans prise de tête pas de de blabla, de rimes et de fioritures merci Garance, je me souviens que tu avais posté une photo de toi avec un foulard sur la tête façon années 70 ça t’allais si bien et je pense que les bandeaux pourraient te convenir vu les cheveux bouclés que tu as. Des bisous!

  • Sunny Side January, 29 2013, 10:29 / Reply

    Cà te fera deux buns sur la tête ! Tu as un visage à turban mais tu n’as pas l’esprit ou le mood, à tous les coups tu vas te le prendre ds l’oeil et le virer en cinq minutes ! Dommage …

  • Ambyr January, 29 2013, 10:29 / Reply

    I too love the leather headband but I think it works on certain people only, me, not being one of them. It’s a combination of your face shape and style. I wish I could. I’m still trying to work the beanie into my fashion week wardrobe since I’m a Cali girl and will be freezing upon arrival.

    xoxo
    http://www.thewrittenrunway.com

  • anne January, 29 2013, 10:31 / Reply

    il est très bien porté ce bandeau en cuir noir sur ce beau mannequin stylée .
    dans la vraie vie , pas sur que ce soit un succès . j’ai peur de l’effet ” bananarama group” . tu sais le groupe de filles anglaises qui chantaient des les années 1985 /88. elles portaient ce genre de bandeau .

  • Novella - 9lla.it January, 29 2013, 10:32 / Reply

    This picture is amazing!
    Anyway, I really love the idea, but I’m not sure if I would wear it..

    http://9lla.it/
    fashion | trends | DIYs

  • Coco January, 29 2013, 10:34 / Reply

    Hahaha, tellement vrai… Et non pas de bandeau à mes yeux: bien sur une jolie photo bien prise…en vrai ça fait catho/16ème/cyrillus

  • Suzy January, 29 2013, 10:35 / Reply

    Garance… I tried to imagine it with both your hair up and down, and I honestly don’t see you in one without looking like you are getting ready to wash your face/get a facial… I’d love to see you prove me wrong though!!

  • Ali January, 29 2013, 10:35 / Reply

    Pretty photo! You could totally rock a head scarf at the beach. But I know what you mean I bought one of these bands last month…wool….not good. The right scarf seems more authentic.
    You look amazing in all your hats!

  • Lilena January, 29 2013, 10:36 / Reply

    Une seule question a se poser : si tu le portes, est-ce que tu vas faire une fixette dessus TOUTE LA JOURNEE ? Le reajuster sans cesse ? Verifier dans le miroir qu’il est toujours bien en place ?* Si tu reponds “oui” a un de ces questions, la reponse est non…
    (*tu remarqueras, c’est le meme principe que le beau rouge a levres bien rouge – si tu ne te l’appropries pas, c’est plus un probleme qu’un fashion statement !)

  • Blackbelise January, 29 2013, 10:36 / Reply

    Il faut oser! Surtout si on a une tête à chapeaux. Par expérience, éviter les bandeaux en velours (qui électrisent les cheveux) et en satin (qui glissent inexorablement) ;).
    Vu les températures hivernales, je cherche un bandeau en laine (qui tienne donc relativement chaud et qui ne soit pas seulement “décora-tiff”) sans pour autant avoir l’air d’avoir oublié mon masque de ski et mes moonboots… Tâche difficile !!!

  • jolicassoulet January, 29 2013, 10:38 / Reply

    superbe ce bandeau en cuir! j’adhère à l’idée!
    http://jolicassoulet.wordpress.com/

  • Laura January, 29 2013, 10:44 / Reply

    J’aime aussi beaucoup les bandeaux !
    Nouvel article: http://www.thestilettoholic.com/2013/01/29/playing-in-the-snow/

  • Ema January, 29 2013, 10:46 / Reply

    derrière, tes cheveux vont bouffer. je dis ça parce que ça ferait ça sur moi.
    ils vont vouloir se libérer de leur joug

  • L'Oliphant January, 29 2013, 11:04 / Reply

    Le turban j’adore! mais j’avoue qu’en cuir j’aurai du mal, personnellement je l’aime en soie, et je plaque des barettes en dessous l’air de rien!…et je me prends pour Jacky Kennedy! pfff…c’est vrai que les fringues et autres accessoires ont un pouvoir!

  • Gabrielle January, 29 2013, 11:08 / Reply

    This could really be tricky not to look trashy, but you got such a good feeling for style, I’m sure you will find a chic way! Myself I can’t picture with it, it’s the leather, really tricky! xxx

  • Aura January, 29 2013, 11:13 / Reply

    I think you should at least try it and show it to us also :)
    More than the turban I like her lips. ..
    http://joyacoustics.blogspot.com

  • Nini Piccola January, 29 2013, 11:22 / Reply

    I am in love with Emma Hope sneakers…

    http://www.emmahope.com/womens/sneakers/

  • Nini Piccola January, 29 2013, 11:28 / Reply

    Love them but don’t have the courage to wear them… Prada reignited the turbans a few years ago by making them in satin. So pretty!

  • sandra January, 29 2013, 11:37 / Reply

    Rien à voir avec le bandeau mais la parka totale noir avec la veste en jeans c’est classe !

  • Betina January, 29 2013, 11:39 / Reply

    Hi Garance,
    I am not sure about the hair band, but regarding your remark about Dr. Martens : it took me about a year thinking about whether I am too old ( just turned 40) to wear them. When my daughter (9 years) wanted me to order a pair for her, I just decided to give it a go and ordered a pair for me too ( black canvas with flowers). And I must say, they look. o.k. – or so I think (but one always feels younger inside). Cheers

  • Jessica January, 29 2013, 11:45 / Reply

    Je suis fan des bandeaux pourtant je n’en porte jamais ! Je n’ose pas à vrai dire.

    Celui de la photo est parfait :)

    xx.

  • Marta Pozzan January, 29 2013, 11:47 / Reply

    Headbands are the new hats

  • ISIDORA January, 29 2013, 11:52 / Reply

    Hello Garance!
    I love the way you write!! It’s exactly what I think about fashion!!
    I really love turbans, hats and any kind of head piece. I think they are adorable and give the touch of luxury and fantasy that we need!!
    I will wear them more often!!

  • Malibu PR Gal January, 29 2013, 11:57 / Reply

    You most certainly can rock it – the leather headband is such a different kind of chic and… leather is never too much! Ever! Leather is a luxury we must incorporate into our every day fashion existence… I even indulged in hi top black leather Converse!

  • Kris January, 29 2013, 12:02 / Reply

    love it…..its all about the confidence….anyone can do it….just make sure you bring your confidence and attitude with you! xoxox

    love you garance!

  • liz January, 29 2013, 12:08 / Reply

    I love them!! I want to find a good one to wear!

    http://lavieenliz.com

  • Virginie/Mode9 January, 29 2013, 12:28 / Reply

    Très drôle et tout à fait vrai, mais avec le temps on apprend à se connaitre (ou pas ! ). Par exemple moi les trucs de tête ça ne mes va pas du tout, je trouve ça bien sur les jeunes filles mais pas sur les femmes mais bon je pourrais citer aussi des tas de femmes que je trouve hyper classes avec des turbans ou autres (une vraie prise de tête quoi). Et puis l’autre jour je te disais que “la casquette c’était cool que sur les jeunes filles” (encore elles arrgg elles nous énervent celles-là :-)) et bien je m’en suis achetée une en laine et cuir hyper sobre et très sympa. Donc l’enseignement de la mode c’est de ne jamais dire jamais, d’essayer, de se planter, de se marrer parce que tout ça n’est pas très grave…
    http://www.mode9.fr

  • s January, 29 2013, 12:41 / Reply

    Mais toi, comment tu mets tes cheveux derrière le bandeau? Parce que j’adore les bandeaux, mais dès que j’en porte un, j’ai l’air d’une catho bécébège, ou bien d’une gamine de 9 ans!!

  • Eva January, 29 2013, 12:53 / Reply

    With your beautiful curly hair you can totally rock this! Love it! xx

    http://www.creativityandchocolate.blogspot.com

  • CC January, 29 2013, 12:55 / Reply

    Hello,

    J’adore ce bandeau. Pouvez-vous m’éclaire sur la marque ? Garance ?

  • lily January, 29 2013, 1:02 / Reply

    ….I also love my Dr. Martens…..brown with fleece lining…they are perfect for cold days when I have to look good in the city, but also walking around with my dog. Do you ever come to Zuerich? We love you here and it is such a beautiful city. If you ever come, we can tell you all the special places to visit.

  • Ida January, 29 2013, 1:16 / Reply

    This would be a perfect opportunity for me to say hello and thank you for such a beautiful, entertaining and thoughtful blog. I have just found it (via a Swedish morning paper where it was named) and have popped in every day since.

    If anyone should or could wear a head band or turban, it would be you Garance, I am sure. I agree that not everyone look equally stunning in a turban but for sure everyone can wear it. If you make it your own and style it your way, it would be the best hat ever =). I am hand knitting turbans and sell them in some stores here in Stockholm and I am so happy everytime I see someone wear them. And every time I think that that specific girl wears it just perfect.

    Keep up your splendid work. It is fantastic to read and watch interviews with designers so I hope to see a lot more of that =).

    Hugs!
    /Ida

  • Cam January, 29 2013, 1:32 / Reply

    wow, how totally cool is that.. I would give it a try, too!

    Love love leather pieces.. go for it! xo Cam

    @somekindofstyle

    Fashion Week Berlin: http://some-kind-of-style.blogspot.de

  • Rose January, 29 2013, 2:14 / Reply

    Moi aussi, j’adore les bandeaux ! En tissu, en crochet, à pailllettes, à fleurs…En revanche jamais essayé le cuir….tiens moi qui cherchais un cadeau à me faire offrir…merci ! Très belle photo !

  • Marcela Cristovao January, 29 2013, 2:20 / Reply

    I love turbans and this of the sort. Actually I really like playing around with hair accessories, I think it has to do with the african tradition. In Angola, which is where I come from and in other parts of africa it is part or a woman’s attire to wear scarves, turbans, and even other kinds of fabric on our heads and some of them are just stunning.
    I think that not everyone looks good in them, but there is certainly a style for each person. Garance I fully encourage you to try the look.

  • Sara January, 29 2013, 2:20 / Reply

    I usually like daring looks but turbans and the headbands with the knots at the top rarely look good on anyone. We are probably going to look back on this moment in fashion, cringe and then try to destroy all of the turban photos of ourselves. Your photo with this post is a beautiful exception, though, if she were photographed from a different angle I suspect she wouldn’t look as good.

  • Veronique January, 29 2013, 2:29 / Reply

    Garance, you must embrace your French Coolitude! If you can’t wear this headband then I ask you who can?! As for myself, I am obsessed with headbands BUT I have an innate suspicion of turbans (something to do with the 70′s I suspect)….

  • Marie-Aimee Abizera January, 29 2013, 2:51 / Reply

    I loooove that people are getting more comfortable with head gear. Growing up in Africa, I thought this was the norm and a part of fashion really! So as much as my friends look for scarves, I am always looking for head scarves or any material that I like to use as a head tie! I wear them at least three times a week, needless to say that with a big afro they also come very handy when it comes to controlling the hair :)

  • Marie January, 29 2013, 2:54 / Reply

    J’aime le bandeau, c’est beau aussi quand c’est un carré Hermès noué dans les cheveux!
    Un de mes fantasme préférés? Penser qu’un slim gris me donnera l’allure de Kate Moss!
    http://le-petit-boudoir-de-marie.centerblog.net/

  • Christine January, 29 2013, 2:56 / Reply

    Wow…this photo is fantastic!!! I love turbans, headbands,scarves…are perfect and give a classic and elegant touch!
    http://heelsandpeplum.wordpress.com/

  • Claudine January, 29 2013, 3:00 / Reply

    Oh ça y est, je suis super frustrée, car j’avais trouvé un website proposant de beaux headbands avec un fil métallique ! Genius ! Du coup, il tienne en place.
    Je me tape ma liste de favoris “shopping” et je te l’envoie si je le retrouve

    Je suis POUR la salopette, cette de Roseanna est canon, hors de prix, mais confectionnée en France

  • danielA January, 29 2013, 3:03 / Reply

    sorry to dissapoint you grance but i got curly hair also just like you and hair bands don’t look on me as cool as it looks in this picture…she has pretty blonde straight hair. Maybe u can make it work and post a picture so i can get inspired also..kisses

  • Camille January, 29 2013, 3:34 / Reply

    J’adore, et j’en porte assez souvent. Pour éviter que ça fasse trop éditorial, j’évite de faire un noeud trop gros à l’avant (habituellement, je croise à l’avant et attache à l’arrière). Je m’inspire de Simone de Beauvoir, qui portait le turban de façon coquette mais pratique. Aussi! le jersey de coton glisse moins que la soie, mais je les tiens souvent en place avec des pinces à cheveux cachées entre les deux épaisseurs du turban.

  • Danisha January, 29 2013, 3:36 / Reply

    Si tu trouves que madame sarfati fait trop vieille y’a bien sa fille, Fortunée , en headband , ça passe pas mieux? Nan? Hahaha

  • Virginia L January, 29 2013, 3:45 / Reply

    C’ est toujours classe mais est-ce pratique?

  • Katrina January, 29 2013, 3:47 / Reply

    OUI! Tu as les cheveux frisés parfaits pour porter un foulard/bandeau sur la tête. Et j’aime tellement ce look, j’en porte un en ce moment. Pour le style que sa donne mais aussi parce que mes cheveux ce matin ne faisait pas du tout l’affair.

  • Colleen January, 29 2013, 3:49 / Reply

    To make a headband stick, or even bobby pins to hold better, just spray your hair and the band with a little bit of hairspray! Works like a charm.

  • Newborn Fanatic January, 29 2013, 3:58 / Reply

    I know right?? I’m always staring at people who wear scarf headbands or fabric headbands and wondering how it stays put! and yes you should totally get it. love it more that it’s leather :D

    http://newbornfanatic.wordpress.com/

  • lili t January, 29 2013, 4:49 / Reply

    I think you should go for it, moi aussi j y penses depuis un moment mais pareil j ai bien peur de ressembler Mme Sarfati
    bises

  • Dany D January, 29 2013, 5:09 / Reply

    To make headbands work for you it is possible you might just have to accept the “roadside gypsy” in you.
    Also I have a feeling she might actually have a “coolitude” all her own and you may even fall in love with her.
    http://cdn.thefader.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Gypsies_17.jpg

  • christina January, 29 2013, 5:25 / Reply

    one word, three letters
    OMG

  • Carole January, 29 2013, 6:56 / Reply

    oh yes get this band with your hair up or down so perfect….norma kamali was the queen of turbans, bows I had so many… i wore my hair long and curly

  • Sara January, 29 2013, 7:45 / Reply

    Try one of these non-slip velvet head bands underneath headbands and scarves! I love mine!

    http://www.myheadcoverings.com/head-coverings/pc/Milano-Wigrip-Comfort-Band-4p983.htm

  • Devon January, 29 2013, 10:29 / Reply

    I love headbands…except that I’ve never been able to find one that didn’t slip. No matter how much grippy stuff was on it, or pins, or spikes. argh!
    I’ve come to realize that it’s simply that my head isn’t shaped for headbands. C’est dommage, because I really do like them…

    Devon
    InformedStyle.com

  • SD January, 30 2013, 2:48 / Reply

    je suis bien d’accord avec toi entre la joli photo et la réalité il y a un monde !
    perso je pense que ça t’irait bien parce que avec ton famous bun tu as l’habitude d’avoir le visage dégagé et que ça s’accorde bien à ton style.
    perso j’ai du mal me supporter le visage dégagé.

  • E. January, 30 2013, 3:36 / Reply

    It’s funny that you see the positive side of a leather turban, because the first thing I thought is that it would probably slip AND rip out a lot of hair. I think headbands/turbans are really cool, but I’m too self-conscious to wear an extravagant one out on the street. I once did wear a really cool self-made turban with feathers to a dress up party though, and I felt awesome!

  • Thea January, 30 2013, 5:59 / Reply

    Go for it! Looks really cool and I´m sure it will suit you :-)

  • Ali January, 30 2013, 6:08 / Reply

    La marque française Adéli Paris en fait des génials! (http://www.adeliparis.com/)
    Ils sont tous tres differents et donnent un super style!
    Merci pour ton blog, toujours très agréable à lire :)

  • MFK January, 30 2013, 10:24 / Reply

    Si je porte un pantalon à rayures j’ai l’impression qu’on dirait un clown, si je porte du noir et blanc j’ai l’impression de ressembler à une serveuse dans un restaurant gastronomique…
    Autour de moi on me dit que non mais… le doute subsiste !

    Ma prescription : tente le turban, et chasse les pensées négatives. Quoique, “Mme Sarfati SM”, est-ce VRAIMENT une pensée négative ?

  • Mathilde January, 30 2013, 10:51 / Reply

    Moi aussi j’aime beaucoup les headband, et une certaine Daphné très douée m’a donné le petit plus pour le porter toute la journée !
    http://www.emoi-emoi.com/blog/bons-plans/les-mercredis-de-daphne/

  • Sadikin Gani January, 30 2013, 11:48 / Reply

    After I saw this picture, I concluded that you and Scott Schuman is a great couple that have characteristics of each. And you know, I learn a lot from both of you. I really love you guys.

  • Candice de Toberomantic January, 30 2013, 1:13 / Reply

    Superbe ce bandeau ! ;)
    Bisous, Candice de Toberomantic

  • Pepperoncina January, 30 2013, 4:02 / Reply

    c’est risqué… Mais tu peux toujours essayé derrière ton mirroir et essayer en douce!!

  • Polloise January, 30 2013, 6:25 / Reply

    Au contraire! Les bandeaux et les turbans – c’est très Simone de Beauvoir ;-)

  • Audrey February, 1 2013, 11:45 / Reply

    Trouve LE-TIENS et là c’est sûr que tu vas le rocker!!

  • Kriss February, 2 2014, 7:04 / Reply

    Salut les filles,

    Avez vous une idée du prix du headband Céline comme sur la photo?

    Hi Girls,

    Do you know the price of the Celine leather headband???

    Thank you for your help :)

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