Crazy for Clips

ANTHROPOLOGIE Squared Tortoise Hair Clip Set

As a kid I remember having a ton of hair accessories—bows, headbands, scrunchies, banana clips…etc. They all kind of went of our favor when I was in high school / college but they have recently come roaring back in a major way. Besides the headband or Slip silk scrunchie, my favorite hair accouterment is the basic clip, not a barrette per say, but the basic clip mechanism that resembles what a hairstylist uses to set your hair.

VALET Tortoiseshell Barrette

There are SO many versions to try including ones made from colorful resin, pearls, and classic tortoise. I found some at Zara that I love and because I’m experimenting with this one a lot I am sticking with some that I found on Amazon that are a major bargain, $8 for 8 clips. Once my hair is blow-dried I love winding my hair in a low or high bun, securing it with one of these flat clips, and then letting it down an hour or so later. The result is a super-soft, creaseless wave that looks like I stepped out of the salon. And once that blowout is three days old, I layer in a bunch of clips to distract from the dullness and they provide style with minimal effort.


Chatting with Randi Wood

Randi Wood is making high-end vintage and luxury fashion accessible and attainable through her ready-to-rent (and buy) business, Entre Nous. Randi’s collection offers panache and pizazz and the pieces are available to buy or borrow—you can discover them on Instagram or directly through her site making the process personal and as easy breezy as the proprietress herself.
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