In honor of festival season, we are bringing back one of our popular posts – 6 ways to wear a bandana. So if you are wondering about how to wear a bandana, let us show you! Hippie bandanas are one of the most underrated summer accessories. They’re useful, versatile, and come in fun colors and designs! Bandanas are truly a “cool thread for a kind head.” Here is some style inspiration with these 6 ways to wear a bandana from Soul Flower, original cool eco threads for kind heads!
How to Wear a Bandana: Hat Savvy
Fold your Bandana in half diagonally and keep folding it in half until it’s 2-3″ wide. Tie it around your fave festival hat to add a pop of color!
How to Wear a Bandana: Hippie Headband
Find a 3-4″ portion of your bandana that you want to be showing (should be near the center) and fold just above it. Continue to fold that portion until you’ve used the length of the headband and tie a double-knot behind your head. Works best with your hair down. Don’t forget a great add on accessory for bandanas: hippie t-shirts!
How to Wear a Bandana: Tie-able Triangle
Fold your bandana in half diagonally and tie the long portion under your hair. This style works best with your hair down, in two braids, or pigtails and is perfect for keeping your hair out of your face on windy days!
How to Wear a Bandana: Wrap Around Bliss
Fold your bandana in half diagonally. Tie the long portion around your head and tuck the pointy part underneath the tie or tie it on for a more secure look and feel. Rock this look with your hair down or in two braids. Again, more hippie t-shirts to really rock this look!
How to Wear a Bandana: Free Spirit Neck Tie
Fold your bandana in half and simply tie the long portion around your neck! Scrunch the top down for a more slouchy look. This style is great for sandy or dusty festivals like Burning Man.
How to Wear a Banana: Tie It Up!
Fold your bandana diagonally and roll it up into a 1″ strip, then tie a knot at the end. Fasten it either around your head for a sweet bow-tie look or wrap it around your wrist to keep it handy (no pun intended)!