Headscarves for Kids and Girls
Updated: Apr 6, 2020
You may have a kid who loves fashion, or you may have a kid that just refuses to wear a hat even on the coldest days. Or both! Either way, these headscarves are ones that kids will actually choose to wear.
The Basics: Made from soft and stretchy viscose fabric, these head scarves involve no tying, are available in a variety of colors and are embroidered detail of a kite. Also available with an embroidered butterfly.
Why We Love Them: Truth is, we love all of Landana’s headscarves, which are always pretty, fashionable and functional. See them all here.
The Basics: Made from pure cotton, these are like the classic bandana, with a twist of bright colors and gradients.
Why We Love Them: It’s a whimsical take on the classic bandana, making it even more suitable for girls and boys of all ages.
What People are Saying: Most say they love the softness of the fabric, which is different than most brand new bandanas. They also love the price and say they hold up in the wash.
The Basics: Made from 100% cotton, this baggie headscarf has added UPF 50+ for sun protection and an adjustable strap closure.
Why We Love It: Perfect for girls who love ponytails and want the look of a loosely tied headscarf.
What People are Saying: People like the slouchy look of this turban, and that it doesn’t slide.
The Basics: Made from a soft and stretchy viscose fabric, these are designed for kids 4-13 to give full head coverage.
Why We Love Them: We can’t resist anything with the word “princess” on it! Plus, it’s just so easy and comfortable to wear.
The Basics: This headscarf has a pretty flower pattern in beige, black, pink and white with double layer of fabric. It’s soft and a bit stretchy so it can be worn during sports and other activities.
Why We Love It: It’s fuss free! They’re ready to wear and one piece, which means no fussing. Makes a great school or active wear for girls.
What People are Saying: #1 reason people buy this is because of the beautiful prints.
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