Large hairpins and headbands have been in trend for too long, so many have decided that their time has passed. And this is actually so, but with a caveat. Only accessories that attract excessive attention have gone out of fashion: with beads, rhinestones, bright ribbons, flashy tones. But those that only serve as an addition to the image can still be worn.
Fashion Director Emma Alix Wyman, who trained models for the show of the new DROMe collection in Milan, said that it is better to use headbands to match the clothes. Or choose neutral, pastel colors: light gray, beige, pale pink, sky blue. The jewelry should not look like you are going to see the Queen wearing it. Rather, show that it's just a convenience item that pulls the hair up and reveals the face.
By the way, the entire line of clothes, on which the creative director of the brand, Marianne Rosati, worked, was created with a reference to the fashion of the late 60s. Then the headbands just served practical purposes: they removed the curls from the forehead while cleaning, cooking, playing with children. With light dresses, the stylist advises wearing thin headbands, and with cardigans and jackets - thick ones.