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Advice
|19 Oct|2 mins

Your Alternative to a Fascinator

Introducing the turband
Kate Tregoning
19 Oct
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It’s not the 1950s anymore. We rarely wear things on our heads. Shame. So when the opportunity arises, grab it with both hands. It’s fun to wear a hat.

Fascinator season is in full swing, with your friends’ weddings and days at Randwick filling the diary, but the whimsical headpiece is not for everyone and as some of the British royals have proven at their endless weddings, christenings, openings of leisure centres and cutting of ribbons - if poorly chosen, they can go so wrong.

Enter the turband.

Advice
|19 Oct|2 mins

Your Alternative to a Fascinator

Introducing the turband
Kate Tregoning
19 Oct
Share:

It’s not the 1950s anymore. We rarely wear things on our heads. Shame. So when the opportunity arises, grab it with both hands. It’s fun to wear a hat.

Fascinator season is in full swing, with your friends’ weddings and days at Randwick filling the diary, but the whimsical headpiece is not for everyone and as some of the British royals have proven at their endless weddings, christenings, openings of leisure centres and cutting of ribbons - if poorly chosen, they can go so wrong.

Enter the turband.

*via Instagram @morganandtaylor

Less commitment (and risk of blowing away) than a full-blown hat and not as flighty as a fascinator, the knotted, turban-style headband is a practical choice. It’s dressed up enough to show you’ve made an effort, but you could also wear it to brunch the week after with a tee and jeans.

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Olga Berg Lana Two-Tone Headband

Morgan & Taylor Turban Headband

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Kate Tregoning
Lifestyle Editor
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