Knotted Cotton Headbands – The Baby Trend We’re Loving


One trend I’m absolutely loving right now is the knotted cotton headband for baby girls. Expecting my 3rd baby girl in early April, I’ve already gotten my hands on a few of these cute accessories. There are so many great companies making and selling these adorable headbands. Today, I’ve chose 5 up and coming small businesses where you can find an array of knotted cotton headbands for your baby girl…

The anchor headbands featured above are from Nooches. Nooches is an adorable shop that features some rad products for wee ones. They also sell bundles, featuring headbands, hats, and swaddling blankets.


These headbands are from Lucky Palm Tree. They are too cute! Lucky Palm Tree sells all kinds of adorable baby things – headbands, bibs, mittens, and more.


Above is a native print headband made by Sweet Kiddo Co. Sweet Kiddo Co has some of the hippest baby things on Etsy, including leggings, headbands, and cowls.


This raw edge polka dot headband is from Little Highbury. Little Highbury sells a range of adorable prints in their headband collection. My favs are the polka dots and the small stripes…

Below is a cute knotted turban-style headband made by Juniper Wilde. Juniper Wilde uses only the finest organic fabric to create their awesome modern accesories for baby. Make sure to check out their cute knotted hats, pillows, and swaddling blankets, too!


Lacy is a wife, mom, teacher, and dreamer, determined to live a BIG life in a simple way. She writes at Living on Love where she shares inspiration for doing just that. From great recipes and fun projects to adventures in the outdoors and experiences in parenting, Lacy believes in living a meaningful life on a daily basis. You can also find her on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest.


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