Headbands are a beautiful and practical headwear accessory that is growing in popularity. The primary function of headbands is to hold your hair securely in place. But why shouldn't a headband also be a graceful accent in your clothing? Bronté Amsterdam offers you a variety of these jewelry for your hair!
History Headbands originated no later than around 475 BC to 330 BC, with the ancient Greeks who wore hair wreaths.The Greeks and Romans wore these pieces on exceptional occasions or important events. Cultures such as the Etruscans and Romans decorated their wreaths with gold and silver jewelry. The primary function of headbands is to hold hair securely in place. Women began wearing velvet headbands adorned with pearls and precious stones in the roaring twenties. In the sixties and seventies, women began to wear scarves around the head and tie them under the chin. The shape of scarves gradually turned into a headband. Headbands are perfect for a bad hair day and a jewel for your head.
Bronté headbands The Bronté Lilli Rose headband design resembles a double-leaf and comfortably covers your head from ear to ear. At Bronté we mainly select luxury fabrics such as Linton Tweeds for making headbands. All Linton tweed fabrics are limited in available and therefore quite exclusive. You might also like our satin headbands that come in different colours and widths. Satin headbands have a slightly more formal yet subtle look. In the winter season you can find Bronté headbands made of velvet and knitted headband like Camille. Camille is a thick and warm headband that protects your forehead and ears from the cold. The velvet headbands are available in medium and narrow widths in elegant colours such as burgundy, navy blue, black and taupe beige.