Anyone who's been following Miley Cyrus gets it. This is a girl who ALWAYS has her foot firmly planted at least six steps ahead of the pack, trend-wise. Remember her Beetlejuice stripes obsession in pants, dress, and jumpsuit form?! It was only a matter of time before everyone else followed suit. Or what about how committed she was to the Met Gala's punk theme in fishnet Marc Jacobs? And we can't ever forget the fact Miley got a head start on fellow stars like Rihanna and Lena Dunhum with her jawdropping pixie cut almost a year ago. While Miley has flaunted about every incarnation imaginable of the short style since then— slicked, side-parted, ski jump, straight up— now she's incorporated accessories into the mix. The singer tweeted an image of herself posing in the studio yesterday decked out in a lime green blouse, "Doll" nameplate necklace, white shades, and a leopard turband (yep, that's the official name). With a knot in front and a skinny, stretchy fabric, this turban-headband hybrid just miiiight be our new hair secret weapon. You can nab Miley's animal print version for $60 at Cult Gaia, but we've rounded up even more options below!
Printed turbans, the lazy girl summer weapon everywhere.
Photo: Anthropologie/Urban Outfitters/River Island/Cult Gaia
After wading through all the various turban/head wrap styles online out there today, we've come to a very simple conclusion: buying a turband is basically the easiest way to change up your outfit and keep your wallet happy. Sure, there are plenty of ways to splurge (we'll gladly take this Marc Jacobs one or any of Eugenia Kim's creations, please?) but many of our faves weigh in at under $50. Anthropologie just rolled out a pretty patterned one for $32, complete with a retro vibe and a thicker material that's sure to stop flyaways and annoying frizziness. Urban Outfitters' floral knotted headwrap is a more subtle take on the trend and only costs $14, or you could copy Miley with River Island's wild version for $13.50. Our personal favorite, though, has to be Cult Gaia's "Munchies" headwrap ($38). It's silk, versatile, and comes splashed with rainbow cartoons of food. Seriously, though, what more could you possibly want?! Yep, bad hair days have NEVER looked so good.