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14 Blair Waldorf-Inspired Headbands To Wear This Spring

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In case you haven't noticed, 2019 is the year of the hair accessory. Beyond our sudden infatuation with all sorts of jazzed up hair clips, another classic has resurfaced: the headband.

Thanks to Prada's Spring 2019 collection, the headband is back and, in our opinion, better than ever. Ranking as one of the biggest street style trends of Fall 2019 Fashion Month, today's iterations are a far cry from the preppy versions of our childhoods. Whether padded, bedazzled, or knotted (or, all three), these wear more like a crown.

Below, we rounded up 14 of our favorites. Blair Waldorf, eat your heart out!

Courtesy of Lele Sadoughi

Lele Sadoughi, Jet Pearl Headband $150, available at Lele Sadoughi.

Courtesy of Cult Gaia

Cult Gaia, Turband in Peach, $60, available at Cult Gaia.

Courtesy of Never Not Retro

Never Not Retro, XL Matador Black Velvet Pearl Headband Crown, $64, available at Etsy.

Courtesy of Donni

Donni, Satin Dolce Headband, $48, available at Donni.

Courtesy of Lelet NY

Lelet NY, Oculus Sea Crown, $128, available at Lelet NY.

Courtesy of Luisa Via Roma

Ca&Lou, Anastasia Velvet Headband, $192, available at Luisa Via Roma.

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Sophie Buhai, Braided Velvet And Satin Headband, $274, available at Net-A-Porter.

Courtesy of & Other Stories

& Other Stories, Voluminous Hairband. $29, available at & Other Stories.

Photo via Ssense

Simone Rocha, Transparent Daisy Headband, $215, available at Ssense.

Courtesy of Prada

Prada, Satin Headband, $360, available at Prada.

Photo via Urban Outfitters

Urban Outfitters, Classic Padded Headband, $12, available at Urban Outfitters.

Photo via Shopbop

Eugenia Kim, Maryn Headband, $175, available at Shopbop.

Courtesy of Design by Hummingbird

Design by Hummingbird, Padded Flock Velvet Headband, $61.16, available at Etsy.

Courtesy of Jennifer Behr

Jennifer Behr, Silke Faille Lorelei Headband, $298, available at Jennifer Behr.

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