One of the most exciting things about having a little girl is the wild assortment of cutesy hair accessories a mom could embellish her daughter’s crown with. Ask any mom out there what their top five guilty pleasures are and you’ll probably get “overshopping for baby accessories as an answer” (I know it’s on my list).
|Lia’s first lot of accesories. Some were gifts from the sister and an aunt.|
Initially I bought clips, headband and other accessories from Celestina & Co., but found online shops that offered the same high quality designs for lesser costs. Lemme share to you my favorite online shops for infant and tot accessories:
The pioneer in the business of making cute little things for little girls, You’re bound to find all sorts of things rad and classy at Sassy Hairsies. If you’re mad about flowers, Sassy Hairsies has just about every flower design one can dream of, be it handmade felt roses or synthetic ivies. They also offer cute and fun korker bows and headbands! Designs are chic and more laid-back than other brands, making them versatile for both casual and formal occasions.
*I updated this section and the Celestina & Co. entry below after being informed by Tin of Sassy Hairsies that she started out a year before Celestina. My sincerest apologies for the misinformation.
|Lia wears Celestina & Co. Provence headband, classic bows and Little Shang.|
|To save in the long-term, what I do is I buy clips and separate bands so Lia can use the clips as is or as headbands.
We can easily buy another band if she outgrows them, the clippies can be used at any age.
|Oversized peonies and daisies! These can be bought at P30-P45 from PrettyClipz.|
|Absolutely love these neat clips. Customized name clip at P80,
others at P15-P20 each.
|Up for grabs!
Dainty Ashley’s Lexie headband, Celestina & Co. crochet beanie,
peony and elastic band from PrettyClipz and rosette clip from Fancy Ava.
|You can use them either as clip or as headband 🙂|