9 Best Baby Bows and Headbands of 2019

Best Baby Bows & Headbands of 2019

March 18, 2019

Best Baby Bows & Headbands of 2019

Best Baby Bows & Headbands of 2019
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For most babies, the point of headbands and baby bows isn’t to keep bangs out of their face. It’s for photos and for appeasing parents—these things can be really cute!

But be mindful when you’re picking out a headband style. Your babe should never wear these unattended, and you should always remove them before putting your little one down to sleep. If the band can easily be pulled down, the fit is too loose and should be saved until they’re a bit bigger.

If your little one is in between sizes, choose the smaller size. And if your baby is growing fast, re-tieable styles are a favorite option.

Baby bow and headband styles run the gamut, from cute and casual options to ones that are fit for royalty (really!). Check out some of our favorites below.

Knotty & Nice

Made of supersoft nylon and available in 14 colors, these toppers are a versatile option for every outfit in her closet. They stretch to fit so if you want to order a matching one for Mom to wear, we won’t judge.

Additional Specs
Sizes One size
Care Hand wash cold, dry flat

No Two Alike

These upcycled headbands are for those who love handmade, one-of-a-kind items. Crafted in Los Angeles from deadstock fabrics (this means fabrics that would otherwise go unused), each piece can be re-tied to fit your growing baby’s head.

Additional Specs
Sizes S-M
Care Machine washable

Tie One On

The cotton spandex blend offers your baby a comfortable, snug fit with each wear. Plus, they’re easy to toss in the washer and can be retied to create a better fit. June & January also make bow clips.

Additional Specs
Sizes One size
Care Machine washable

Stock Up

Looking to spruce up your babe’s look? These bows are perfect for special occasions—from weddings to birthdays, or “just because we felt like it.”

Additional Specs
Sizes One size
Care Spot clean

Bow Down

Baby bows on babies. Is there anything sweeter? This chic leather baby bow also comes in metallic gold—so you can mix and match baby’s headbands and outfits. After all, it’s never too soon to create their signature style.

Additional Specs
Sizes One Size
Care Hand Wash

Wrap Star

Calling all mini Marlene Dietrichs! Each of these turbans are hand-stitched and designed with a ton of detail. The founder, Katie Alarid, even personally stitches their selection of preemie styles, so no babe needs to go without a chic accessory.

Additional Specs
Sizes 0-6M to 3-6T (there’s women’s styles, too)
Care Hand wash

Bow-Nanza

ZoZu bows offers simple hair accessories—everything from soft felt headbands for infants (seen here) to bows for pigtails for older kids. And if you’re really bow crazy, sign up for their subscription service, and they’ll ship you three new styles every month.

Additional Specs
Sizes One size
Care Hand wash

Good Hair Day

Nothing completes an adorable outfit like the perfect pinwheel bow. Every pattern from Wunderkin Co. comes in a headband style or in an alligator clip (a longer, narrow clip), so every gal in the family can sport one, even newborns. Plus, each bow comes backed by a lifetime guarantee.

Additional Specs
Sizes One size
Care Hand wash

Royal Treatment

These bows are fit for a Queen—a future one! Princess Charlotte–daughter of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor—has been spotted wearing these bows from Amaia Kids. We have a hunch your little one will look just as regal.

Additional Specs
Sizes One size
Care Hand wash
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