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Fashionista NOW: 10 Ways To Wear Flower Crown Without Looking Completely Bridal

Credit | Randi Butler

Flower crown headbands have been making rounds in the fashion scene. Worn as part of the bohemian and the music festival wardrobe, it seems that fashionistas across the globe are still smitten with the flower-in-your-hair kind of accent. If you have always wanted to give the flower crown a try but afraid to look like you’re about to get hitched or worse, a drunken bridesmaid, I believe this piece is for you.

I’ve written before about my failure to understand the appeal of the flower crown. Slowly but certainly, I’ve kind of grown to appreciate the presence of faux flowers over heads of various fashion bloggers and they do have a certain free spirit garden nymph appeal you’d associate with bohemian or festival clothing. Not only is the flower crown fabulous in hiding limp hair, it is such an effective hair accessory that you can simply do away with jewelry. This is all great but obviously, we don’t all come equipped with a spot-on style sensibilities so I’ve gathered a list of looks to help us all!

As always, scroll down to see how you too can sport the flower crown without looking bridal.

What To Wear With Flower Crown Headbands:

| Laura Charaba

No bride or bridesmaid ever wears rompers to weddings so it’s safe to wear with a flowy floral romper with a flower crown in a color complementary to the print. Look, it matches her lip color too.

| Atsuna Matsui

A sweet casual floral look can be rendered even more sweeter by matching your flower crown with a flowy floral top. Jeans and wedged booties complete the so not bridal look!

| Kacie Cone

Wear your dual colored flower crown with a high neck crop top and scrunchie short skirt in black. Layer with a long white crochet kimono to offset the black garb. Mules complete her look.

| Vivien S.

Who says you can’t wear floral when you’re sporting a flower crown? The candy floral look is a win because the flowers complement the color of the kimono print.

| Amanda Runde

Wear a brilliant rose red flower crown with a crochet white shift dress to elevate your minimalist music festival look. Sunglasses to protect your eyeballs, of course. A deep red pout grunges up the whole look.

| Alexandra Erokhina

Do you know any bride or bridesmaid who wear stripes? I don’t think so. Wear your flower crown headband as a the only pop of color in your black and white casual attire!

| Michaela Scalisi | Get her daisy flower crown here!

Coordinate your sweet white daisy flower crown with a shoulder peek-a-boo bohemian dress and let your hair down. This can easily enter bridal territory but only if you’re a white wedding kind of boho bridezilla!

| Reut Shechter

Go floral on floral the quirky girly route by pairing your flower crownage with a combination of a top in white, floral pleated skirt and flower ring. Sprinkle jewelry according to taste.

| Sarah Loven

Wear with your festival outfit — swingy bell bottoms, long crochet knit vest over strappy bandeau, beaded necklace, flash tattoos and a coconut drink in one hand.

Which of the looks is your favorite? Are you a fan of flower crown headbands? How do you usually wear yours? Share your thoughts below – I’d love to know!

“In joy or sadness, flowers are our constant friends.”Okakura Kakuzo

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